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Monday, January 30, 2012

I'm almost out of here

Second semester senior year. When did I grow up?
Or am I grown up?
When is anyone grown up?
I sure don't feel like it. But coaches, teachers, adults and family look at me like I've gotta have a plan.
Dude, I don't have a plan.

What the hell is going to happen? I'm stuck at home for at most two years and then it's off to real college, to get a degree and a real job and a real life and oh lordy when does real life start?

15 comments:

  1. it never does, everything else just gets for real. 3 years into college and still I'm like wtfx

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  2. Advice i'd give you is to sit down and think of what you're passionate about. Then take a couple of classes that are involved in those areas to help guide you to a major that is inline with what you enjoy. It might take some time to find a major that fits you, but it will be worth it in the end. There's nothing worse then just picking a major just to have one, then years down the road realizing you should have studied something you love. This happened to me, and it makes school so much harder to pass, because you know its not really what you want to do with your life, but by then its a little to late to switch and start over. Good luck and have fun with it.

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  3. It starts when you realize what you want to do with yourself and how you're going to get there.

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  4. Real life? I'm not sure if that's begun for me yet, but I don't have a real job at least. I barely have a plan.

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  5. life begins after 30 lol because i dont want to grow up yet

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  6. Life right now for you is real. Who wants to waste their time at a crappy job when you can screw around with friends all day.

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  7. Very soon:)But stay where you are. Def. better than later.
    www.thoughtsofpaps.com

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  8. I'm 39 years old and STILL don't feel like an adult. You have time, but be sure to go after your dreams while you're young. That is something I regret not doing in my 20's. Go for it!

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  9. good luck with your studies
    i'll start university soon

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  10. I would suggest that you take advantage of internships over the next four years to give yourself some better insight into the working world.

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  11. Some day, you'll wish it didn't end. :) Take advantage of opportunities around you to learn what's out there. What are you passionate about? That can be a good starting point.

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  12. Figure out what you like doing, then learn your craft.

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  13. good luck with ur studies man!
    good luck for em too!

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  14. Here's an oldie but a goody:

    Growing old in mandatory, growing up is optional.

    Life is a collection of moments, but in between is for life. The one thing I wish I did was make use of what is available: grants, scholarships, internships. Apply for them all; if they say no, nothing has changed.

    swinginglikearustygate.blogspot.com

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