Tomorrow I start going to university for the first time. I've decided to live at home while doing this and it'll generally be a 1 hour 30 minute journey by train and bus to the university. This creates a lot of free time for me to do very little, at least in the first week. I have fears of getting lost, bored and just generally having nothing to do during these times. Being in the middle of the unknown city to me, with having no aim of anything to do scares me, mainly for getting lost.
This will also be my first time traveling away from home on my own, at all, really. So being so far away from home creates a scary atmosphere for me.
Another fear is not making friends. This is mainly because I do not find events entertaining that most find are entertaining. Such as drinking, going to parties, nightclubs, eating out etc. Which I feel severely limits sociability and makes it hard to make friends.
The final fear is actually working a job environment. I have no work experience what-so-ever, and I plan to get my first job this year too, at university. The thing that makes me anxious about this experience is doing something wrong or being put in a situation I never expected and not knowing how to solve it, making a mistake basically.
I realize that most of these things can probably be solved by me just being in these situations and they probably won't seem so bad, since many people go on in life to do these things with great ease.
I'd appreciate any advice on how to cope with these issues/worries or just any rationalizations.