I realize that it has been a while, friends. I am truly sorry... I haven't been able to figure out the way that this blog works because I only am a master of how to work blogspots. Anyway, I know that this is a difficult time for seniors, I would like to share a motivational speech in general.
I'm the type of girl that you see in the hall, the courtyard, or somewhere outside of school that always has a smile on her face. I think most of the people who know me could agree that I smile a lot. I view life as a valuable gift that shouldn't be taken for granted. I'm the type of girl that enjoys cherishing every moment.
I hear sighs here and there, everywhere. I hear people trying to take other people down judging them by the way they look. It's 2017 and there's prejudice. We look at someone and we think we know them and start making assumptions about their way of life. There you go, now you have the first world problems as a current issue. I don't know about you all, but I think this generation is suffering humanity by a myriad.
Why is it so hard to be human? Just human.
We judge people to the point where we don't care about our own, personal self reflections.
Yes, self reflection.
Remember those reflections our Literature teachers would make us do about how our semester went? Yes, reflections similar to those. Use those reflections as a guide of your own personal life reflection. Ask yourself, "What am I doing with my life?" If you have some negative answers, improve yourself and aim to be a quality person.
Take my word.
Don't take anything for granted.
Because this is a formula to success...
Hey friends, I hope all is well for each and every single one of you. Seniors, I know there are some of you that are allowing Senioritis get to you... YOU CAN DO IT!
To be honest, at this point in the year, each of us need some type of motivation to keep us going. We need to be reminded why we receive the education we do and how we will one day take on the world in our very own and special ways. There are times that we tend to forget this and we let over thinking stress us out and effect the way we do basic things such as working on homework assignments or studying for quizzes, etc. What keeps me motivated, personally, is not being too focused on the future. Focus on the moment and let that yourself shine in that moment. If you worry about tomorrow, you are not going to be able to enjoy what's going on today. Focus on yourself, live in the moment, and do not allow any of the itisis get to you. This includes: Freshmanitis, Sophomoritis, Junioritis, and most importantly; SENIORITIS.
Have a lovely rest of the week. <3