My life after high school is going to require a lot of responsibility and patience, but I know that it will be worth it to my education, and I can show my brothers and family, that if you want it bad enough, you will do everything you can to achieve
Growing up in Dallas, I had a pretty good childhood. I grew up as a outgoing child, always smiling and laughing. My early years were very laidback and took everything one step at a time. I remember not wanting to go to my preschool on the first day, I was really nervous and didn't want to leave my parents. I also did attend preschool at the time, and I remember my first friend. His name was Joseph. He was super cool and so nice and we stayed friends for a while. I also remember one of my first vacations, and it was to Mexico. I really enjoyed it and i miss visiting my family there, but sadly i haven't been recently and I miss my
I’m just your average teenage girl who would rather be in bed watching “Grey’s Anatomy” on a Friday night than going to a football game but will also be the type to take a road trip at 3:00 am to the beach to watch the sunrise on a Saturday morning. I’m a very humble person who doesn’t really worry about the future. As kids, we grow up worrying about the future and we tend to depend on it. We go to school so in the future we can get a career and hope that that career will support us later. I like to be very optimistic and just worry about the things happening in the moment. Being able to enjoy life with the people that make me happy and creating memories that will last a lifetime is the way I live by. Life is so precious, people mistake it by thinking life is all about going to
My life is in well order, I have a great job to provide for my family - their academic life and I'm financially stable. Reaching my goal and graduating as a Medical Biller and Coder was one of the greatest accomplishments in my life time. I am able to pursue this dream of mine, wake up every morning with a positive mindset. Afford my kids needs and pushing them towards college. They look up to me and see how joyous and successful I am,
Being born in Yuma, Arizona and growing up in both Okinawa, Japan and Norman, Oklahoma has taught me a lot. I have learned how to not only make friends, but to adapt to my environment quickly as well. Being born in a Marine Corps family has made my life very cultured and more of an adventure than some kids should have. Growing up in different places has allowed me to mature quicker than many other kids around me. It has definitely shaped my life for the better and has taught me a lot about life. Some people may think that kids should have more of a stable home life, but my life was more of an ever changing situation than most people. Lots of people think if only I could go back in time and change something my life would be different or
Hi, I am Justin Nibaur (12): I am an easygoing person which is the best way to describe my life. I have a family that is a lot older than me. I have pretty interesting hobbies. Went on a different vacation this summer. But I wouldn’t change my life for anything.
My life is going great so far because of what I am capable of doing at this moment. I am on the basketball team and I still got money in my pockets too. I was born in Providence Rhode Island but moved to Fall River Mass, but my sophomore year I moved back to Providence RI. In two years after graduation, I want to be in College with a free basketball or football scholarship to a D1 or D2 college. In order for that to be successful, I have to work hard. In Five years I want to be in the NBA or NFL starting or sitting the bench. I wouldn't care if I was sitting bench because I'm still getting paid money for sitting on the bench. In 10 years I want to be able to look back at my struggles and see how high or low did i succeed from 10 years
10 years ago I was starting 3rd grade. The grade in which private prison systems calculated how many new beds they would need based off of reading scores. This year I am a freshman in college at NC Agriculture and Technical State University, majoring in Landscape Architecture. Although, life somehow fell into place the way I wanted it to, I could have done a few things differently. I was a sassy somewhat insecure girl who refused to allow people to tell me what to do, and criticize any aspect of mine. If I could go back to my 8 year old self I would tell her your mother is always right, you do not have to follow the crowd, and do not take everything to the heart.
I used to think that life was about going to school seeing your friends and spending all day playing with them, but it is not. Life is going to school to learn and prepare us for our future. Since the day I moved to Austin my life has changed a lot. About eight years ago, my family and I moved from Villahermosa, Tabasco to Austin, Texas.
I had no hopes or dreams growing up. I never thought too much on the future as a child. I lived from day to day just waiting for one to end and another to begin. I grew up like this and did not change at all until middle school. By middle school, I was aware that life did not revolve around school and that there were expectations for me to meet. Both parents and teachers expected me to go above and beyond. Now my reason for waking up every day and working hard was to meet these expectations. I worked hard to keep up with the expectations, but eventually, the young child that I was could no longer handle the stress of all the work and slipped into melancholy. It was an endless cycle of work, failure, and shame. This continued until I graduated and went off to high school.
Over the course of my life I have had many life experiences which have made me who I am today. When I was in my middle childhood, most of my life revolved around playing and having fun. I did not have to put forth effort in hardly any area of my life or work hard in order to achieve specific goals. As time went on however, my own life experiences began to have an effect on me, and shape the person I am today. My life started to change the most during middle childhood when I was around the age of seven years old. At this point in my life, I had to adjust to several big changes.
As a result of moving to a new town, making new friends, and living a different life style I have been shaped in to the person I am today. I wouldn’t have asked for any better way to grow up as a kid. I’ve learned so much about myself that I probably wouldn’t have if I still lived in Apple Valley. I’ve experienced new activities, such as hunting and hiking, and have made new friendships. I feel as if I have changed for the better and grew up into a great person. I believe that this all happened for a reason and I am so happy that I’ve been able to
This explains the beginning of my life all the way to the end of my life. My life from the beginning was very fun as I grew up living with my mom’s friend and my friend. But there were a lot of fights and I was very hyper back then. I have ADHD so back then when I was little; I was very hyper and wouldn't stop moving around the place. I always was annoying back then and never seemed to get my homework done at school.
As I take a look back on my life, I realize how great it has truly been. I had an absolutely amazing childhood and I am beyond blessed for it. I grew up in a home with two loving parents that have been with me through it all and now of days that is something to be truly thankful for. My parents taught me to strive to be anything that I wanted and that I could be anything that I set my mind to. These dreams changed throughout my life as I grew older and as I grew into the person that I am today.
Looking back now, I wish I had listened to my mom's advice earlier than just my last year of high school. Senior year basically hit me like a brick. I started to miss how life used to be. I want to be hanging out with my friends. Going on random food trips and even just doing what I wanted in that exact moment. If I wanted some ice cream, why wouldn’t I just drive myself right away?