THIS week's Uni Life column has been written in my break from working on my dissertation.
That just about sums up the last few weeks of my Uni Life - the emphasis being on Uni, there has been little time for life.
The cramming has begun, my only solace being that in two weeks, it will all be over and I can get back to my usual self.
I can picture my friends and I running `Grease' style out of the English building, dissertations mid-air.
Don't be so silly, I would never throw away my dissertation!
Joking aside, the day I submit my last piece of academic work will be both joyous and saddening.
The feelings of relief and satisfaction will be wrought with realisation.
With university over as fast as it begun, it's a daunting thought as I make my way into `the world'.
Excitement combines with anticipation, and my future is now down to me.
It's interesting to wonder where I'll be and what I'll be doing when I look back and read my Uni Life columns.
Perhaps I am naïve, perhaps optimistic; I only hope that I can look back with no regrets.
It's interesting to consider the aspirations all of us have throughout our lives.
OK so perhaps my childhood desire to be a jockey was a little unrealistic, but my love of writing has been with me throughout.
I wonder how many of us are doing what we actually wanted to do.
It seems the end of university has opened up a new beginning, and as the nurturing hands of academia fall away, it would be nice to think that I can achieve at least one of my goals.
Huddersfield has been my home for the last three years and I will be upset to bid farewell, as I make my way back to the other side of the Pennines.
University genuinely has been the best time of my life, and I can only hope I have equally good times to follow.
So as the deadline fast approaches, I'd better get back to my dissertation.
Goodbye Uni Life, here's to the future!