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Take the Proactive Challenge Today!

Since I talked about not being a procrastinator last time, I figured it would only be fitting to talk about being proactive. I know this may seem redundant, but my intention is to cover different topics that more or less relate to the same thing.

So what do I mean about being proactive? I mean that you should go out and get all of the experience you can before you have to become a real person (a real person is someone who has graduated from college and is now living in a nice home and has/is looking for a nice job). Take every opportunity that arises, even if it seems pointless, because you could learn something extremely helpful! And as an aside from that, try not to let someone hold your hand the whole time. Go out and do things for yourself! You will greatly benefit in life from having the skill of being self motivated.

On a final note, do things that YOU want to do. Don’t do something just because your friends are doing it or because someone said you should, because nine times out of ten, you won’t have the same friends in college that you had in highschool.

Make your own decisions, don’t get pushed around by people who don’t know what they are talking about, and Grab Life by the Horns!

-Peach

Your future awaits….

So I’ve decided that I will be posting every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. That way I don’t run out of things to say too quickly. Also, I’ve figured out that it would be best to post things in chronological order, sort of how things happen throughout your highschool-college career. So let’s start off with one of the most important things to remember: DOING THINGS IN ADVANCE!!!!

You will here this from just about everyone in college. “Don’t make a habit of procrastinating. You will regret it.” This should be the golden rule of your ENTIRE life. Trust me when I say I know what I’m talking about (and if you don’t believe me I have proof of the consequences of waiting too long to do something). As hard as it is to do, you have to force yourself to get things done on time, as in at least a day before it’s due (not the day before, TWO days before). Once you have accomplished this your life will drastically improve! You will have more spare time to do things, less stress from having to stay up late (or all night for those of you who are that talented), and BETTER GRADES!

Just remember, everything you do has a consequence; whether it be good or bad, you can’t avoid it. And try to make good habits with everything you do; you will really like the outcomes!

-Peach

Hello world!

The other day I was thinking about my life in college and how much I’ve learned about surviving through it that I thought I would make my own blog about it.I figured it would be mostly for my friends who are on their way to college/in the process of thinking about where to go, but if you aren’t one of those friends I hope this helps you in some way!

I’m figuring I may post every other day or so, I haven’t quite decided yet. Anywho, hope you enjoy!

-Peach (that’s my nickname by the way)