For my English, we were assigned this project called the “30 Day Innovation Project.” Basically, it’s where you come up with an idea to contribute to your community and the society. My group and I had wanted to help the incoming students that tend to get lost around the school. The school is quite big and confusing, so we thought the least we could do is make a little guide for them to follow when navigating their classes.
I absolutely love this! I completely agree that we should just live in the present, and not worry about the far future. I’m the type of person that knows exactly what I want and have big things in mind, but the thought terrifies me at the same… What about you? How do YOU feel about the future?
“The best thing about the future is that it comes one day at a time.”
It’s kind of scary, isn’t it? The future.
It’s this massive, looming thing that hangs over our heads, wanders around in the back of our minds, slips through our thoughts and conversations, and leaves behind this sense of wonder, a sense of fear and awe for what we don’t know.
“It is not in the stars to hold our destinies, but ourselves.”
Some people look towards the future with bright, sparkling eyes. Dream and ideas, visions and thoughts waiting to be created, to be done, experienced. There are others who know exactly where they’re going, they can see the future ahead of them, they know where they are, who they are, and…
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Do you ever have those days where you’re just not feeling it? Like, you don’t want to associate with anyone, you don’t want people to see you, you want to be left alone… I have days like those pretty often. On those days, it’s best to leave me alone and give me my space. It’s the worst when you don’t feel like talking, but someone keeps going on and on about something you just don’t care about. There are times when I want to and am about to lash out on everyone, but I have learned how to catch myself from doing so. I have learned in the past that it’s not the best way to lash out on someone because you’re having a bad day, and then later feel bad about what you did when you’ve calmed down again. There are so many ways to keep yourself calm and cool when you’re in this situation, and I’m going to give you a few tips!
Now that spring has arrived, the weather is starting to warm up. In southern California, which is where I live. Most morning are cool, but the afternoon can vary from being warm with few clouds, to blazing hot with clear skies. I’m not quite used to the transition from chill to warm yet, so I often find myself wondering what I should do. Even though my schedule has been packed lately, I always try to find some time each week to go out when the sun is out and shining bright.
It’s only March… Can spring break come any slower? Actually, I say that now, but it will probably come really quick. Next thing I know it will be here and I won’t have anything to planned to do. So, I might as well start thinking of and discussing some ideas with you guys!
I think a lot of people believe that teenagers don’t have a whole lot of stress on their hands because all they have to do is go to school. Well, they’re WRONG. Teenagers have so much to do and the pressure just adds onto their stress. As a teen, I also undergo quite some stress. Not only do I put pressure on myself to do well in school, but I am also pressured by my parents and those who are around me. I always want good grades, but also want to be actively involved in stuff outside of school.