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So the New Year is here and you made a promise to yourself to start going to the gym and start an intense fitness regime that will turn you into the young stud you think you ought to be. You went ahead and paid for membership at the closest commercial gym and was there at an early 6am on the first Monday of the year because #Dedication #NewYearNewMe #GymLife. Upon entering the gym you were surprised that you weren’t the first one there, even though you reported in at the advertised opening time; 6am. There is already a couple people in the weight room, and one person on the treadmill already sweating. He must have been here for a while already. But no big deal, you’re just happy to get everything started. You look around and spot an empty bench next to a guy
My goals for this year i wanna get good grades. I also wanna start on the junior high football team. When basketball comes around I wanna be the starting shooting guard. I wanna have good relationships with my teachers. I just wanna have a good year in school and in sports.
A personal statement is a technique in which you somewhat examine yourself in determination to comprehend and gifts and weaknesses. Your dislikes, likes, habits, attitudes, or behaviors can be initiate throughout this development. You can use the discoveries to your benefit by accepting or changing strengths and weaknesses. I plan on using this time to improve my own skills to develop a better student and find accomplishment in receiving my Masters at Argosy University.
Academically, I have taken eight college level courses and have been enrolled in mostly honors class since my freshmen year of highschool. However, I have always feel like there are numerous areas I need improvement on. One aspect I want to improve on is my writing skills. Throughout my entire highschool career, I have gotten comments that my essays contained awkward wording, confusing sentences, and poor grammar. Going forward I want to improve on my writing and have the essays read nicely. I also hope to become a more eloquent speaker and sound very educated but relatable when I speak. Additionally academically, I am looking to read more thought provoking texts, and to engage in more interesting discussions. The discussions with my peers
The walk to Wholefoods isn’t long but I was in a rush because I didn’t want to miss the movie. I was speed walking and I saw a friend’s older brother, Hakeem, that I hadn’t seen in awhile. We said “hi” and chatted for a bit. After that short talk I kept on my way but started reminiscing and thinking about that old friend, Malika. The neighborhood I grew up in had been a very close community. All the children were best friends and so I spent a lot of time building forts, making snowmen, and just playing endless games with her. However, I hadn’t seen them much since I moved. I reached City Sports and decided to cross the street since Wholefoods was right across the street. I decided to run across for some reason.
“Unicorns, again? Seriously, Katie?” my sister asked as she peeked in the door, sounding half annoyed and half I was aware this would happen. Just having woken up, I was tired, but had gotten dressed. As usual, my wallpaper was covered with unicorns. Unlike my sister, Katherine, I always ponder upon unicorns when I wake up, so through telepathy my wallpaper is filled with fluffy, white unicorns. Before I left for breakfast, I remembered to make my bed, which is done by simply pressing the pink button on the top of the headboard.
“In order to succeed, we must first believe that we can” –Nikos Kazantzakis. Back ground info. Success can me a lot to someone, to me success means doing something to accomplish your goals and dreams. My dreams and goals have been the same for many years. My goal is to be a good photographer traveling the world, changing people’s aspect of the world, and how big and magnificent it can be. The events that may lead up to my success could be challenging but I am sure I can accomplish any task to reach my goal. When I accomplish this goal of mine I know I will be successful. I will know I am successful because of my education, career, and family
Plans disintegrate without warning, "the heart of man plans his, but the Lord establishes his steps," Proverbs 16:9. Construing plans and setting goals are part of life additionally, these are spiritual disciplines. While the Lord calls individuals to set goals, he also commands them to submit to His will. "For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways, declares the Lord," Isiah 55:8. He understands ultimately how each moment contributes to the vast picture; subsequently bringing glory to his name. This is a lesson I have encountered countless times; even recently. I sat with my agenda and colored pens, which I similarly did every few days planning out what needed to accomplish. A round of weakness and pain consumed me,
It started with small things that eventually spiraled out of control. I began to take hours before deciding what clothes to wear, only to put on one of the same three outfits I always wore. I wouldn’t let anyone else use my pencils out of fear that they would turn my perfect eraser into a rubber shaped dome. Decisions became too hard to make and mistakes to me were worse than having a group of sharks slowly tear apart my body. All of this was fine until it started affecting my grades.
A few months ago I joined Weight Watchers after a friend of mine lost a lot of weight; she was my dinner partner for a lot of years. After being friends for at least 15 years I started to notice that she started speaking differently and acting differently when we would chat on the phone. Although I was happy for my friend, she was becoming like a stranger to me. She would talk about these meetings and the exercise that was now doing, and of course the wonderful food that she was making. She kept telling me that I should check into it because it changed her life.
Have you ever wondered what makes you different from the other seven billion people on this earth? I am unique in many ways from talents to challenges and lifelong goals, and all of these will shape me into the person I will become. I have had a lifelong goal of becoming a professional golfer and I am reassured this is what I want to spend my life attempting to achieve.
My greatest strength relies on my adaptability, as I create solutions to novel problems through repurposing the resources that I possess. Within class, the prime example of this strength lies in the reading analysis essays throughout the year, specifically with the one concerning Pudd'nhead Wilson, as while I read the book, I marked the pages with the most significant quotes relating to character analysis or central message. In writing the essay for Pudd'nhead Wilson, the prompt required an essay supporting, refuting, or qualifying that "social justice breeds irony." With my marked pages, I could quickly access the most important quotes from the book, and my adaptability allowed me to connect the examples of character motivations and the work's
My previous post cited “Four Things I’d Do Differently” as I looked back over the decades of my life. Here are four things I’ve done right in life or ministry.
“I have to tell Monet about it!” Matt shouted across the parking lot. While twisting his fingers, he memorized the license plate number and model of the PT Cruiser as it drove away. My family and I travel around the country and Matt continues to recognize someone he met in the past: a waitress, a teacher, or a friend. He has an amazing ability to make connections with complete strangers to their aunt, or their brother’s wife, or their bus driver. I cannot recount the times that my family received “It’s a small world” response from people only Matt knew. Autism is a mental condition that causes impaired social behaviors and an inability to recognize other people’s emotions and feelings. I often felt pangs of embarrassment