A Day in the Life: Rose Fishbein

Meet Rose Fishbein! She is a freshman student and is currently undecided, but is considering majoring in Economics. Rose is a tour guide on campus and also writes for Spoon University. She is passionate about fitness, eating healthy and traveling. Rose graciously walked me through what a typical day in her life looks like! 

On Tuesday mornings...

7:00 a.m: I have a pretty simple morning routine. I wake up, brush my teeth, wash my face, and then make my bed.

7:45 a.m: I usually head out for my first class around now. I grab a protein bar to go because there’s no time for breakfast before hand. 

8:15 a.m: My first class of the day begins! I’m taking Hebrew and I love learning about the language and culture. 

9:15 a.m: My Hebrew class ends and I hangout for 15 minutes before my next class begins. 

9:30 a.m: I have my second class of the day, now. I’m taking microeconomics and I love it! 

10:50 a.m: I usually end up going to Java Joe’s to get a little more energy after a pretty packed morning. My go-to is a large iced black coffee.

11:00 a.m: Now I have some down time to do a little work and hangout with my friends. I like having this break in my day to keep me sane. 

1:00 p.m: It’s lunch time! I like going to the Dining Hall at this time because it isn’t crazy busy. I’ll usually eat a kale burger, hummus, carrots, and a salad. 

2:00 p.m: I have my third and last class of the day now. I’m taking calculus II. I love calculus and am planning on being a tutor for it this semester. 

4:00 p.m: Gym time!! I love to workout. It helps me relieve stress from the day and it’s also really fun especially if you go with friends. 

6:15 p.m: Time for me to eat dinner! I’ll usually go with my friends and we take this time to catch up from our busy days. 

7:00 p.m: I take this time to study for any upcoming tests I have or get some homework done. #grindtime

10:00 p.m: I like to get into bed early and unwind from the day. It’s good to get some alone time at some point in the day to be able to relax. 

11:00 p.m: My lights are usually out by now. With such busy days and early mornings, it’s important for me to get an adequate amount of sleep. Good night!

Stay tuned for the next "Day in the Life"!