A lot of what I’m working on is retraining habits I picked up over time and building new ones

Keywords: self-care , growth , self-compassion , therapy

What I’ve shared are the biggest relatable lessons but there are many other things I’m learning about myself. If you’re interested in pursuing therapy, I hope you move forward with it. Really consider who you would want to work with, how much it will cost and is it within your budget, and your availability to attend regular sessions.

https://enlightenedsocialworker.blog/2021/09/17/what-therapy-is-teaching-me

I want a job that I love, one that inspires me, one that challenged me to learn new things, and one that will never become a 9-5 built on routines and patterns with a limit on how much there is to learn

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Being a university student was my way of choosing a career path that can change and grow with multiple possibilities of where it could lead me. An opportunity to learn new concepts and skills and expand the possibilities of [what] I can be when I grow up.

https://akbuniwork.wordpress.com/2022/03/16/what-being-a-university-studnet-means-to-me

Dreams of working in the sports field came in ninth grade

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Sports management is a vast field of women and men. I feel like [I’ll] fit right in. although fsw does not offer this major. The University of Florida does, and it’s the number one program and school that offers it. This also happens to be my dream school since a child, so what an ironic idea of going. After receiving my associate’s in arts from FSW, I plan to transfer and finish at UF. Besides school, I do have a life. I work at party city as a cashier. When customers walk in, we say ” welcome to the party,” which has become a part of my daily routine by default. As of now, school is my only focus, and working to maintain the life I want to live. I hope this blog helps me to be more social and learn through others’ experiences. Writing this first post is almost like an open diary—best of luck, classmates.

https://word505249394.wordpress.com/2021/08/25/introduction-about-me