Ah, just two more weeks of school left. Some of you may have already begun summer vacation, but those of you who are like me, are still trying to finish the home stretch of this school year out strong. About a month or two ago, I couldn’t wait until summer. Summer couldn’t come fast enough. But with only a few weeks left, call me crazy, but a part of me wishes that this school year can last a bit longer.
“A Scout is trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean, and reverent.” Continue reading
Growing up, my parents gave me a childhood in which I was free to explore what I want and what I like to do. They threw opportunities after opportunities at me, yet somehow, I have squandered them and had let them slip away. Continue reading
How many times have you seen people who can trash talk all day long, and back out of a fight when challenged to do so? Don’t you just hate it when you see people like that? They can talk the talk, but the big question is can they walk the walk? Continue reading
What if you woke up one morning and you couldn’t move? What if you woke up and you couldn’t speak? What if you couldn’t do neither of those things. Ladies and gentleman, this sensation that inhibits your ability to do both of those things is called sleep paralysis. Continue reading
Throughout our lives, we’ve most likely heard the phrase, “Make every second count,” or some variation of it. I’ve never really made full sense of this phrase; Rather, I’ve kinda shrugged it off and have taken it for granted. Nevertheless, I’ve never come to truly appreciate the truth of such a simple saying until it finally came back to bite me in the butt.
In order for teachers to teach, and students to learn, one criteria must be met. That is simply trust. This responsibility initially lies on the teacher; he or she must begin to establish this trust, the connection with students that makes them feel willing to learn from him/her. The teacher must show that they are willing to trust their students before students can trust the teacher. Otherwise, students will say to themselves, “Why should I listen to this person in front of the class?” Continue reading
We all stress out, it’s a normal thing that you shouldn’t be too worried
about. From stress filled situation, heart pounding confessions, or red faced embarrassment, your body’s there to be your right hand man. Continue reading
I’m sure all of us have heard the saying, “You do not know what you have, before it’s gone,” or something along the same lines, right? You’ve probably heard this plenty of times, especially during your childhood days, from teachers, parents, etc. However, this is a moral lesson that cannot be taught, but only experienced. Continue reading
I’m in a familiar spot right now; just sitting behind my computer screen procrastinating. I’ve spent the past few hours avoiding this blog post, but now here we are. I’m writing a blog that I could have written earlier, and I could be in bed right now. However, I’m not going to talk about how terrible procrastinating is.