I am thankful for every second I got to spend with him. However, the only bad thing that happened on this spring break was that I had a lot of essays that should have been written weeks ago. I knew that I would have to work hard after spring break. For me, writing a college essay is very difficult because English is not my first language, but I try my hardest to succeed when it comes to working on something I struggle on.
When I started attending college I had a realization that my free time to starting to become sparse and I had to spend more time focusing on my education. When I started college, I was not the best at time management and everything I did for leisure was put on hold which made being a student more stressful. As I began to grasp my college curriculum I had spots of free time and now that I had those spots of free time they began to become more and more valuable to me. This was the point that I realized what I truly enjoy doing and that was guitar and trying to see family and friends as much as possible. I valued these because both of those things are what I hold close to me.
College is fun, it is stressful, and you will fail, but if you continue to push threw and thrive off this, you will in the end, succeed. I still haven’t found my calling in life, or even came close to finding myself of decent job with good pay but that’s okay. I now understand that I am still young, I still have a lot to learn other than math and science. There are some lessons in life that some of us just must learn the hard way. I don’t leave this semester with frustration and regrets of what has happened, instead I will cherish it forever knowing that it has made me a smarter and wiser individual.
I had to start studying on a daily basis and it was hard to go from not doing any work to studying every night and on the weekends, I wasn’t use to that, but I had to make it a habit or I was not going to make it. Going to school everyday was not a problem because my parents made me go everyday, my major change was my study habits. Secondly, the main thing is to be responsible and make the right decisions. In college you have to make decisions and it is hard. Peer pressure come in hard when you get to college, for example you could have a test that you need to study for and there is a party that you want to go to, and all of ...
Reflection 1: Studying Psychology at QUT Reporting: Studying Psychology at QUT these past months has completely shattered any expectorations I had of University level study. I came into the year thinking that I was going to enjoy all of my subjects and find it easy to balance work, studying, and my social life, however, I have found nothing about entering University comparable to how I expected it. Though, despite this, I have periodically changed and altered my goals in order to have achievable outcomes through my study. The only comforting thought is that it is similar to my sentiment during my final year of high school. Relating: Tertiary study has always been a goal for me and I was wholly determined to succeed no matter the cost.
From a professional standpoint, I understand my strengths of organization, planning, and strategic thinking but have tended to ignore my weaknesses. Ignoring those weaknesses for so long have caused me to be at a standstill in life as well as on my job. Even though the unknown factors and changes of a situation are painful for an INTP like myself, I’m open to field experiences, being more flexible when change occurs, and be willing to delegate in order to take some pressure off of myself. Step 3-Spiritual
I have a few personal core values that I have stayed with me so far throughout my life. Some core values of mine are patience, listening, kindness, giving, and having passion. Patience is important to me because a lot of times in life things won’t happen as quickly as we would like them to happen, so patience can make the waits a bit more bearable. Listening is also important to me because it can help you relate to another person and also help you learn new things. Kindness is important to me because you never know if someone is having a really bad day, and a simple act of kindness can turn that day around for a person.
First, I really want to apologize for the shortness of the last chapter. It wasn’t because I was lazy or anything, it was just because there wasn’t much I wanted to say in that chapter. We’re going to have some more fighting in this chapter, whoop whoop! And I’m not going to try and skip over it either. I’m going to try to make it a really good one too :) The weeks passed and I grew quite accustomed to life in Ylisse.
That moment every teenager waits several months even years for comes that one day, and you get the butterfly sensation in your stomach, has finally arrived. All of the preparation they have done and completed will finally be recognized. You don 't realize how driving could really impact your life the way it does, it doesn 't seem like you really ever need it as much as people think. People use transportation every day whether it be: the bus, bike, or a car; living in the city makes driving become necessity. Learning to drive isn 't just to get yourself to school and maybe to McDonalds and back home, most jobs nowadays require a driver 's license: journalism, truck driving(think about it, if we didn 't have these people we wouldn 't be able
As an independent person, you tend to like being alone than in a crowd full of people. But sometimes it creates an empty, dark hole in your heart. You have to find a desire to fill it, or else it would pull you deeper into the darkness. Little did I know books would save my life, and help me become who I am today. Growing up, I was always known as the independent one.