To be honest, there wasn’t much for my first draft, so there wasn’t much for my peers to comment. Regardless of how little there was to comment, they still gave back feedback that was extremely helpful. Their feedback also included tips on how my draft could be better when I do happen to finish it, so I definitely kept that in mind as I was writing. I’ll be honest and say when they time of the second peer review came around, I got lazy and didn’t write anything else from my first draft. That being said, the extra time I took off wasn’t exactly a waste of time. Sometimes, you need to rest your head a bit to clear it up before delving in head-first with all the little tweaks you’ll need to make here and there. Despite saying this, however, I know 100% that this isn’t a paper I could confidently hand in without having doubts. But without mistakes, there will be no improvements. If I do poorly now, that just means I need to do better next time. Nobody is perfect – that’s why we always strive to push our limits.