Personal Narrative: A New Journey

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A new journey “The secret of getting ahead is getting started.” Said (Mark Twain). A very long time ago, I stopped by this inspiration quote and been gathering my thoughts for any decisions that might have an impact on my life in the long run. At that time, I felt like I am puzzled and distracted of what to do and what decision should I go for. I had been thinking a lot of that new challenge in my life, and I wanted to make well-planned decisions to secure my future. Besides that, I had been thinking of the difficult decisions that people usually make, their life would be so boring and does not have any taste without challenges. Therefore, I made my decision to complete my studies in the United States. That decision is the story that I am going…show more content…
Nevertheless, I chose the US over studying the United Kingdom for one important reason in my point of view; it is because of the fact that the American community is more open and kind with people from everywhere and anywhere. On the contrary, British people are not, I had been to the UK couple times, thus, I have an idea and knowledge about that case. Before I traveled to the United States, I knew that this journey would be way different than the others I had in my whole life, because it was first of kind in my life when I was seventeen years old only. Moreover, Leaving my family, friends, hometown, and everything there, was something tremendously tough and difficult to get use to it. While I was seventeen years old at that moment of time, I had no experience, which was another issue that I must deal…show more content…
If I want to mention the most difficulty I faced, absolutely it would be about my language and the way that I was trying to connect with the people in the society at the first couple months during my stay in Florida. That case was something I been worrying about a lot at that time. Thus, I decided to live with American people, which I think it was such an efficacious decision I made when I was in Tampa. The main purpose of that step was to practice English more with native people in order to improve my language and expand vocabulary. Additionally, I wanted to get involved more in the American community and understand them, so I can be able to communicate and make more friendships with
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