The life of most teenagers is very simple, go to school, come home, eat dinner, do your homework, and go to bed to wake up the next morning to start all over again. My life is a bit different, but it is the life I love and choose to live every day. Since I don’t go to a normal high school, I get to sleep in until 7:30 then I get ready to babysit. I babysit quite frequently which gives me the opportunity to earn extra cash to spend on clothes or whatever I choose and I also get to spend time with the neighbor kids I enjoy being around. I also have the opportunity to go anywhere I want during the day instead of being in a classroom from 8-3.
Reflective account on my future time planning, Description; I have based my time management plan on a normal office week without events as it is to difficult to guess what my week would look like with various events floating around. My career training would normally take place on a non event day between 9-5, this is also very important to my development within AEG. Feelings; When planning this out I felt it was more important to have family time than social time. Putting my daughter to bed is a really important part of my day. Most of my study time is planned for when Lois has gone to bed.
A life that achieves prosperity has no clear-cut line. A person must find his or her own way. However, It is quite possible that a clear mind is the best medicine for sadness and the first step to happiness. As a person who battled doubt and guilt my whole freshman year of college, I know this all too well. In my very first year of college at Morehead State University, every time I would get a moment to think to myself I’d find that only troubles were waiting to reappear.
We had finally completed high school and were ready to move on to the next step in our life: college. The moment the head master of my school had announced us as the graduating class of 2011, we all tossed our caps into the air and we were happier than ever. As soon as we paraded out of the ceremony, sadness began to emerge. We were saddened because most of us were moving on to different colleges and we were not going to be able to enjoy each other’s company everyday like we did in high school. Although many people have told me that the best times of your life are spent in college, I knew I would still miss my friends from high school as we moved on to the next chapter in our lives.
I went to bed early to get enough sleep so I would not feel sleepy during my classes. As the result of paying good attention and being fully awake in class, I absorbed most of the information. I always forced myself to attend all the classes and pay good attention as much as possible. My second step was to ask questions and ask for help whenever needed. If I found anything unclear, I would not be afraid to ask for clarification because perhaps other people might have the same questions but too shy to ask.
Undoubtedly, there are other major turning points throughout our lives: puberty, graduations, career achievements, and marriage. But none can really compare to the experience of welcoming a child into this world and being responsible for it's care. The moment your child is born, your life undergoes seismic changes and however things were before this tiny creature arrived, they certainly are no longer that way. It turns your life, your schedule, your perspective, and your relationships inside out, backward, and upside down. You feel a love that is different from anything you've ever felt before.
I found it easy to read for the article is in every day terms that allows easy association between my son and the article. This website makes its money by use of advertisements for women and links for Disneyfamily.com: caters to family needs, wants and leisure. As I read this, I saw some behaviors that my teenage son has displayed. My husband and I have always encouraged free talk and that ever “open door” policy. We have always wanted our children to feel free to talk to us about what ails them.
With that confidence I developed un-fearful personalities which lead me to become an outgoing and friendly individual. Also my first job prepared me for adult hood and equipped me with the best skills to work with a diverse plethora of people. Furthermore my first job also gave me a sense of humor which assured me that you can have fun while working hard. 5. The positive effect the
I was overly excited and nervous at the same time, preparing for my first year of college. I would be away from home with no adult supervision and the “college life” scene would be all new to me. Since I would be living on my own without my mom by my side as a reminder, I was responsible to make sure all the proper paperwork was completed and submitted on time in order for me to sign up for my first semester of classes and start college. At work I spent my lunch breaks making phone calls to the Veterans Department, each call patiently waiting to speak to a human after repeating responding to a robot on the line just to make sure all my documents was being processed such as my veteran educational benefits. College was a new start all over again.
Conflict was one of the hardest things for me to maintain as a pre-teen, but at this age I feel like I’ve grown tremendously. With this new understanding of my ability to work for peace during conflicting times, I feel as though life will be much more meaningful. It will help me succeed in ways, I can never comprehend. Using this knowledge I can improve on my conflict managements skills and use them through life, more efficiently than ever. In life we will always have conflicts, at home, at work and even at school.