First week back: Prior to first day: pull an all-nighter finishing a lab report given before Christmas. Finish it in ten hours, having procrastinated until midnight to even start. Monday: Struggle through lectures. Take nothing in. Go to first ever Computational Physics lab for three hours. Take nothing in. Go back to halls and sleep through the evening. Get up, do nothing, go back to sleep. Tuesday: Having barely slept the previous night due to sleeping during the day, barely make it through 3-hour Computational Physics lab at 9am. Nothing for the rest of the day; go back to halls and sleep through the day. Once again, don't sleep that night. Wednesday: Finally fall asleep at 8.30am, sleep through the first lectures of two brand new courses. Wake up at 5pm, go to a friend's, walk back home for 40 minutes in the rain at 5am. Fall asleep. Thursday: Sleep through first tutorial of the term, in which exams were marked, therefore throwing into question how your exam is even going to get marked. Sleep through lectures. Wake up late, go to a friend's for dinner, chill out until 2am. Realise your topical review is due for 4pm the next day. Drink half a bottle of wine, grab another bottle and some cigarettes, and settle down to pull your second all nighter of the term within the first week. Procrastinate by posting on Iwaku. I make such good life decisions.