TITLE: Losing yourself - Protecting yourself…
Lesson Plan Guide With the option to explore thousands of different colleges across the United…
When you’re unsure about the right choice to make, listen closely to the things you value most.
Okay, college. That’s the goal. Actually, that’s more of a necessity.
I know that I want to go to college, and I’m pretty sure I want to become a journalist and/or lawyer, so that, of course, requires a college degree. But what college? And how will I get there? Those are my main dilemmas.
Nothing good comes out of conflict in schools, and technology isn’t making it any better.
Eleven years of school and yet it seems like just yesterday I was having recess. So many important things going through my mind, this being my last year of high-school. I basically have no more time for error.
I am looking forward to all the challenges of being a senior. Procrastination is no longer an option. It is no longer time for me to be making goals, it is time to complete them.
If one will pardon the cliche, the first few weeks of college constitute a tremendous window of opportunity, an ever-so-brief time span that can very easily define what one does with the next two or four years of his or her life, and maybe more.
Gone are the needless cliques and the pointless reputations that influenced the ways others saw you, and perhaps the way you saw yourself. This is your moment to uncap a brand new marker and write the newest and finest chapter of your life to date.
Give yourself a chance. If you don’t want to drink, that’s totally fine. If you find yourself in a bad situation, don’t engage in risky behavior. Make an investment in yourself.