ANIA, 17. Poland is a tough subject overall. A beautiful country but its politics… I don’t feel like getting into this, actually. My generation can help Poland a little bit. Young people are more open to the world. I’d like to continue studying in Poland, graduate from the Film School in Łódź, it’s a great school. My mom has known about my plans since I was in elementary school. She supports me in everything I do. My parents basically support me with everything. It’s amazing! On an average day, in the middle of the week, when there’s school, I get up with a mess on my head, I get myself ready, I eat a small breakfast and head off to school. At school, I’m just trying to get by. Sometimes I listen at my classes, if there’s anything interesting. Sometimes we have a rehearsal for a play, then I go to the auditorium and we rehearse, we talk. During breaks I sit in the club and talk to my friends. After school I head home but not the same way I go to school, I take a detour, so I can talk to Antosia. When I get home, I make myself some lunch out of what is left in the fridge. I do my homework and then I have a bit of time for myself. Usually I go over a role from one of our plays, I sing, dance, compose songs on the guitar. Depending on the day of the week, in the evening I go to theatre or dance practice, or go to Poznań for a singing lesson. Then I go back home, wash up and talk to my parents, sometimes we’ll watch a movie together because we love to watch and discuss it afterwards. Then I go to bed. On weekends, I start with rehearsals, then I meet up with my friends. We got to the park, to the lake or for a barbecue, or just hang out spontaneously. I get back around midnight, wash up and go to bed. On Sundays, I visit my grandparents in the countryside. I help them out and I relax in nature. I get to reset myself there, chill out.