di·chot·o·my n.pl.di·chot·o·mies1. Division into two usually contradictory parts or opinions
My life has just achieved the perfect state of dichotomy. 5 parts learning and 2 parts living. 5 parts Riverside and 2 parts LA, SF, Santa Cruz, where ever it may be. 5 parts studying what it’ll do to your body, 2 parts figuring it out the fun way. 5 parts sitting at a desk, 2 parts dancing.
M + T + W + Th + F = 5
S + S = 2
If this is sustainable, then I couldn’t be happier. I have achieved balance. Grad school isn’t life, I will not let my work define me.