Personal Narrative Essay: My Personal Experience In The Terms Of Time Management

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When I first signed up for this class, I thought that it would be easy since it was a summer course. This was somewhat the case. The class overall was not hard but there was a lot of assignments to keep up with. When I first started my summer courses I had trouble managing my time and completing my assignments in a reasonable time. As the semester came to an end, I believe that I have grown in terms of time management. I still procrastinate sometimes on little things but not as much as I did in the beginning. I am happy that I learned so many great writing tips so early on in my college career so that it can help me further down the road. My favorite essay was the creative writing essay. When I first took a look at the class syllabus and saw that I would be doing a creative writing essay I was pretty nervous. I have never seriously done one and did not think that I…show more content…
I have lived with the secret of being in foster care since I was twelve and I feel relieved that I was finally able to share my story with someone who does not already know it. It is actually funny when I think about it. I shared this personal part of my life with a complete stranger who I have never had the opportunity of meeting, yet I have friends that I have known for years that I still haven 't told. Although this essay was seen by one person, if I were to rewrite it and publish it, my target audience would be foster children who too may be going through a rough time in their life. When I was first placed into foster care, I did not think I had anyone. I was depressed and alone (or so I thought). The message I want to send to the people who read this is believe in your dreams. I would not be where I am today if I listened to the number of people who told me I could not do this or that. I am not saying I am perfect because I am not but as my essay said, “There is only one way to go, and that way is
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