My expectations for myself is that I push myself out of my comfort zone for writing. I will push myself to write things I normally wouldn’t write. I will try to do all the things we learn and put it in my writing. I will do all the things I can so I become better at writing. To learn what I want to in this class, I will have to do all of my work to my best abilities.
I had to learn this the hard way. But, glad that I learned this lesson and now I can start my search for that exact person. I have not found friend yet, but will continue looking for them. Thanks to the move, I have grown into a better person and learned the true value of friendship. Inaddition, to helping me deal with change, making new friends, moving developed who I am.As aresult, moving made me a better person from finding who I really am.
Why I Write and What I Have Learned so far? “I write because I love writing. I think I became a writer in order to explore my ideas and responses to the world around me, which I often found it difficult to share with others.” Alex Miller. Writing is a complex feeling, thoughts, or experience that describes our different feelings about many events or the thought or experience that could help others to solve their problem. My desire and passion for writing was influenced by authors of old such as George Orwell and Alexie Sherman who used techniques such as ethos in their writings.
My “threshold guardian: was most likely myself and my fears. At first, it took me a while to accept my responsibilities and get over my fear of failing and getting nowhere. Now that I am within the “unknown” there are many challenges that I face every day and will continue to face. There is the challenge of finding out what I want to study in college, doing well on standardized tests, and getting good grades in all of my classes. There are also temptations I have to face such as choosing whether to hang out with friends or do the homework that is due the next day.
On a day to day basis, I try to use all the different values that I have learned throughout my life and that is because that’s the kind of person I am and I try my best to learn something new everyday, even though sometimes I may not agree with the ways, I know that at the end, it will help make me a better person. I believe i have many FBI values that i haven't quite discovered about myself but i do know that when i do the training and finish the training i will have learned most of them and the day i start working as an FBI Agent i will learn
I missed school, my grades declined and I lost interest. It lasted 3 years until I was legally able to drop out of school. The streets triumphed. I experienced darkness after the street lights came on as well as being exposed to profanity, smoking and drinking, but it only lasted for a while.
One in particular would be that I get writers block. I'm always able to start a paper, blade when it comes to finishing I never know where to go with them. I would have a million and one great thoughts in my head, but I'm not proficient at getting them onto the paper. However, i have thought of many ways to improve these impurities. And I have decided to start using a flow chart to organize my ideas in help me stay on topic so that I don't stray and get writers block.
I have always had a hard time with this area, and it continues to be a struggle. The most challenging part for me is when reading examples; I have a hard time relating them to my writing. Some websites that I have found over the last couple of weeks that have helped me out are https://www.thepunctuationguide.com/, as well http://www.grammarbook.com/punctuation_rules.asp. So that I can quickly reference them when working on my essay both of these websites are in my favorites tab. They are easy to use and navigate, I find the way they
Luckily, I managed to land a job as a camp counselor, but something was still missing. Finally, I realized that I wanted to go back to school. Going back to school drastically changed my life. My work ethic, free time, and self – esteem have all changed my daily life for the better. When I was in high school I think it is safe to say I was a pretty good student.
Moving to North Carolina required me to leave everything and everyone I knew behind in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. I fell into a depression and had to work harder than usual to adjust to my new home and school. Eventually my life began to even out as I realized I needed to take care of my mother. My stepdad, a recovered alcoholic relapsed shortly after we moved to North Carolina which worsened my mother’s depression. Her depression had not ceased since we first moved to North Carolina until it reached its peak two weeks before my senior year started.
One of the proudest moments of my life came in 2012 when I received my Associate of Arts degree and graduated as the class valedictorian. I realize that for some people earning a two year degree may seem like no big deal, but the fact that I did it while incarcerated at San Quentin made it extraordinary for me. Before coming to prison, I had failed at my two previous attempts at junior college without earning a single unit. It would take getting locked up and separated from society,before I 'd start to buckle down. I was 33-years old when I completed my first Coastline College course in Geology and received an A.
Due to some hidden quirks and fine print I ended up losing all my financial aid when the school started their football team. Go Huskies. I left school and went to work full time. I tried with motivation from my ex-fiancé to go back after a year and a half, but then family issues got in the way. I took some me time, and now I think I want to give this one more try.
I 'm also motivated as I want to be in control of my life. With my degree I will have the security I need to be competitive in the marketplace. My purpose My main purpose in seeking my college degree is to put myself in a better position to take care of myself and my son. The workforce is changing, outsourcing is becoming normal in many entry level