I used to write journal almost every day. However, that journal is for my English classes so it is more like a task, not a hobby. Hence, most of the time when I’m done with the class, I also stop writing journal. Moreover, I seldom reread those journals because every time it is mandatory that I write a journal for a class, the teacher also requires me to have a new notebook. Thus, I have many journals but each journal does not contain much, and it is hard for me to keep all these notebooks. Luckily, I just found myself writing journal again recently. However, my journal ...
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... me to stay away from distractions. As I am so easily distracted, I like a quiet study place. In addition, I need to stay really focused to study or analyze anything. Hence, I am not good at all at solving problems in group. I’m a pretty good listener, I can understand different opinions of group members but within a loud group, my brain cannot think thoroughly to determine which the best option is. Therefore, whenever I do not understand the lesson in class, I will have to spend sometimes rereading the materials myself. Nevertheless, as the result of staying focus, I make sure that I comprehend the lessons better and remember them longer.
In summary, it is hard for me to write and I do not write a lot. However, it will be easier for me to write just for fun or for my journal, when I don’t have to care about spelling, grammar, structure and content of the writing.
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