My college is being forced to move to mostly online classes, if possible, for the remainder of the semester. And I'm kind of really freaking out about it. Throughout the past couple months, I haven't really been motivated to do anything for or with school - except for my wonderful music classes - but until this announcement, for the past week and a half or so, I felt like I was finally gaining that motivation again and looking forward to doing my work and getting it on time, and finishing the semester with relatively high grades. But now...I'm freaking out about it. I'm so anxious, because I know that if I don't have the structure that going to class and discussing the topics we're working on, and interacting with others gives me, if I just have to do the work on my own before it's due then I'm probably not going to do anything. I can never carve out time for me to focus specifically on school-work and get it done and do it well, and then I'm always quickly rushing it a night or two before, or just not bothering completely. And I don't know how to stop doing that, so I'm really anxious about what I'm going to do, and that's making me just not wanna do anything. Like, I skipped math again today, partly cause I wanted to sleep in, but also because I just couldn't bring myself to do it. I'm just worried and anxious about it all, and that's leading me to feel like it's hopeless.