Hello again! This post is here mainly for any readers to comment and share what they have been doing over the past few months. I’ll fill you all in with what I’ve been up to.
In June, I ended my sophomore year of high school and officially entered the time of Summer Break. While I did not go to many places or see many things, I still had fun being with those I love. The past break included the very short trips of going to Southern California, San Francisco, etc. I did get a chance to finish most of my junior year summer homework in a timely manner which really helped me not to stress when nearing the end of the break. If there is any advice that I can give to anyone – younger, older, more experienced, less experienced – then I would say, don’t procrastinate. This idea really stuck with me over the course of my summer and it helped me prepare for the stressful year to come without actually stressing that much. I think that’s especially important at this age where almost anything is more interesting than the job one is doing at the moment. Just so you know though, I definitely don’t have this no-procrastination-perfection job down quite yet, but I am learning, hopeful that it will become a part of me in the very near future. In any case, I find this topic intriguing because procrastination is something that no one really likes to talk about but nearly everyone actually does procrastinate.
In any case, besides learning about procrastination and how working hard will actually help one reap some sort of benefit, I did enjoy my summer outside of the work it entailed. I had time to leisurely go outside or go to the library whenever I felt like it. California weather makes it so easy for me to love and enjoy the outdoors year-round. Even more so, I had a chance to connect more with my friends and family. A lot of the time we would have fun on the little trips we went on, which were seemingly too small to be meaningful, but ended up becoming some of the best memories I have ever had.
Anyway, THAT is a little glimpse into my summer and what I’ve been up to for the past few months (is this a procrastination post?). I’m excited to get back on this blog and let you all into the jumble of swirling and twirling thoughts in my head.
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