Hey there, diary. It's been a crazy week trying to balance school and crime-fighting. Sometimes I feel like I'm living two completely different lives, but hey, that's just the reality of being Spider-Man.

School has always been important to me. Even with all the responsibilities of being a superhero, I know that getting an education is crucial for my future. But it can be tough when I have to rush from class straight into battling villains on the streets of New York City.

I remember last Tuesday when I had a calculus exam in the morning and then had to swing around town chasing down some escaped convicts in the afternoon. Talk about a hectic schedule! But somehow, I managed to ace that test and still save the day without breaking too much of a sweat.

And let's not forget about all those late-night study sessions after patrolling the city for hours on end. The adrenaline rush from fighting crime definitely helps keep me awake during those long nights of cramming for exams or finishing up essays.

But despite all these challenges, I wouldn't trade my double life for anything else in this world. There's something incredibly satisfying about knowing that while my classmates are stressing over their grades or weekend plans, I'm out there making a real difference in people's lives as Spider-Man.

Sure, it can get lonely sometimes having to keep such a big secret from everyone around me. And yeah, there are moments when it feels like nobody truly understands what it means to bear this burden alone. But at least Aunt May knows how hard I work every day – both as Peter Parker and as your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man.

Speaking of which... Aunt May keeps nagging me about finding time for myself outside of school and saving innocent civilians from danger 24/7 – she worries too much sometimes! Maybe she has a point though; maybe taking breaks once in awhile isn't such a bad idea after all...

Anyway diary, Until next time. Spider man