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

I wanted to make sure that we spent a lot of time together and do something that I knew the girls would enjoy

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I want to be able to tell her that it’s going to be okay and that everyone will be nice, but I know it’s not true. She will be okay, but some of the worst memories I have are from junior high. I remember all the bullies, the boy from church who called me fat at Camp Cashwell, and the feeling of having no place. To this day, I despise girl groups, girl trips, cliques, and anything of the sort, because they make me feel like I did back then.

https://thebsideandotherramblings.wordpress.com/2021/08/23/no-place-like-home

In the 2nd grade, all everyone cared about was candy, LEGOs and having playdates, not realizing that you needed green pieces of paper or plastic rectangles to get what you wanted

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This kind of lifestyle never really died out for me until my first year in college. In my head, I still thought that to be attractive to girls, you had to have a lot of money and spoil them. I thought that in order to be academically successful, you needed the best computer, the most expensive education. My parents hammered over and over again into my brain that in order to become successful, you had to be rich. It was all about the money.

https://perfectideals.wordpress.com/2017/02/11/incipience

As I continue to learn more, I want to know more, too

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I want to know what attitudes students have toward things like internet safety, privacy and social media use. All of those fall under digital citizenship. Do students know that their school internet accounts are monitored? That is a false safety net. They need to learn to be safe online prior to leaving school. The questions are, how do we teach that without alienating them and making them feel like we don’t trust them, and what would connect best with students? I’m thinking that I need to seek the sage advice of the Pacific Northwest Tree Octopus, or consult my Magic 8 Ball, or, I suppose, I could continue to seek out trusted sources which can shed light on how best to teach digital citizenship, like […]

https://thislibraryislit.wordpress.com/2021/07/12/where-i-am-and-where-i-want-to-go

It’s kind of intimidating that I have to already start thinking about what I want to do for my career

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I have to do it at one point or another. And this is very different from high school because I was never taking classes that I thought would be good for my career, I just took classes that interested me. There is a much bigger selection of classes in college than there is in high school, so I’m hoping that will be very good for me.

https://sejblog2020.wordpress.com/2021/05/31/change-in-my-life

I probably ‘like’ him because he makes me feel better about myself

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There’s this person I respect who seems to be part of or head of every single club and a literal polyglot-musician-actress-mathematician genius but still somehow remains cheerful and gets good grades. I aspire to be like her, but yet don’t want to be like her – I want to be myself. I want to know what I’m passionate about and carve a little niche where I can be good at what I do. I know I want to be in a STEM career, but not specifically what I want to do. We are gearing up to IB and choosing our options, and all everyone seems to ask is “what do you want to be in the future?” I always say a doctor, but some days I ruminate about being an editor, or a museum curator. Careers that seem nothing to do with the path I’ll probably end up going.

https://mymindfile.wordpress.com/2020/12/15/example-post-3