Lessons in midpoint

Last updated June 6, 2012

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I can’t believe the first half of the “best four years of my life” is over …

The college is going so fast, and we often get caught up in everything we do, we don’t even realize it. If you’re like me, and now I have this crazy revelation that life is really short, I think it’s time to think that you’ve learned so far …

The last two years have not been perfect, but of course I have learned many things that can be applied to the next two years (and beyond). So complete it.

The procrastination has brought us all to a different point, and we have had to deal with the consequences. We immediately recruit ourselves, correct the situation as much as we can, we will decide never to delay again-and, of course, do it …

Sound familiar? I had a bad habit of always postponing it until next semester, as a way to give yourself some buffer room before making changes. Next semester, I’m going to study more, and next semester, I’ll go in more.While I think that I am setting the future goals, what I’m really doing is putting aside what I could do now. Traditional higher education translates into eight terms for many of us, and in September I will have three more chances to say “next semester” before I get out of the semester …

Creating links with people is an incredibly important part of college, be it your neighbors, classmates, advisors, or professors. But make sure that each of these connections costs your time …

Some relationships, such as relations with your scientific consultant, cannot be terminated or modified. But some, like those who have your friends, are in many things under your control. Four years is too short a time to spend on people who don’t reciprocate. It’s a pretty simple lesson, but it’s a lot easier to say than to do …

It took me six years to really understand that iron straightening has the right to completely transform my hair, in a very good and very bad way …

The value of ceramic flat icons is something I’ve learned very hard to do, and I could have saved myself not only for years of thermal damage, but probably thousands of hair strings if I had made the transition to ceramics before. Ladies, if you have non-ceramic tools on your dresser, please release them right now. Thermal tools are worth more, but they’re worth …

For many of you this may seem legit, but for me my new CHI is a constant reminder of how much thermal damage I have avoided since this moment …

There’s nothing in the world that gives me more than write. But as far as I love, it’s not that I could ever study or make a career (I wrote more about my reasoning about it in my personal blog) ..

I am currently studying environmental engineering with plans for environmental law or policy in the future. Although this is a subject I am of course very interesting, she does not pay my attention or will catch me the way my writing does. And it’s okay …

I’ve been seeing this a lot lately, but the truth is, none of us know where we’re going in the future. So many people in the quarry.

The passion that separates from your major is, in fact, incredibly valuable-it adds to your personality additional dimensions, enriches your understanding and gives you something to do in your.

We would like to think that we are doing everything we want in the world, but time is limited. Once in an interview in college, I was asked what kind of superpower I wanted if I could only pick one, and why. I’ve chosen the ability never to be tired.

I think I’m going back to that answer a lot (mostly as a way of motivating myself to get out of bed for lazy losses), and remember that super-Power superpowers are mostly because they’re not real. But real life is pretty cool, too, if you remember to slow down time, and really enjoy the time you have …

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