When we did the “Who Shall I Be” assignment in the beginning of the year I was a bit unsure with why we were doing the assignment. After I completed the assignment I found that I was considerably more aware with who I was and who I was becoming, but now that I am reflecting on the purpose of the assignment I truly see the reasoning behind it. Since doing that assignment, I am more aware of my thoughts and actions in relation to the woman that I want to grow to be. I do feel that my idea of who I want to be is still going in the same direction, but I am still nowhere near to my full potential. I believe that people are always evolving and are not the same people day to day, but rather that people evolve in stages specific to them. I believe that I am evolving in a direction that I am very happy with, but I cannot wait to look back at myself one day and see the woman that I am now. I know that when I look back at myself I will love who I am now, but have even more pride in the woman I am in that moment and that is how I will live my life. I really feel that this a...
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...feel that the Academic and College Success class, as well as guidance from other professors and my advisor have been a huge part of my success at college. In Academic and College Success, we did an activity every week that was designed to help us be successful, for example budgeting, goal setting, and time management. One of the most important activities that we did in Academic and College Success was when we talked about registering for classes. I believe that this was very important for me because it assisted me in making an informed decision about my classes, which I really had no idea about. I feel that I have learned a lot this semester and I am so happy that I have had the opportunity to take this class. I look forward to using the skills that I have obtained in this class in my future years at Nazareth College and I know that they have all truly benefited me.
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