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 want to get excited working on my hopes and dreams again

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Doesn’t life have a funny way of distracting you from your goals. I was once told in order to find myself I must set goals. I honestly have never been a future planner type of woman. More the spontaneous and in the moment kind of person. Sometimes that’s a blessing and sometimes not so much. I want to start planning my future and settings goals.

https://lifeofamycouk.wordpress.com/2021/08/11/saying-hello-again-to-blogging

I want to talk about how the wait is an illusion

Keywords: impatience , waiting

Sometimes we (us Christians) deem waiting as being proof of being a better Christian and we (us again) condemn the impatient – “you just have to wait”, we say from our super high horses as if waiting for that thing they want is all there is to life. And yet, I think there’s an art to doing both. If the impatient didn’t exist, the waiters would do nothing. And if the waiters didn’t exist, the impatient would work with no sense of direction. Waiting allows for God to speak and direct but work allows us to walk out what we say we believe in. Waiting doesn’t have to be measured in weeks or years. It’s better to be discerning and obedient.

https://ashtons.blog/2021/07/15/i-cant-wait-and-you-shouldnt

I realized that I could either continue on the path that the world wrote for me or start my own

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My first thought was that I want out. I didn’t want to be part of the society and culture anymore. I wanted to make my own decisions, fend for myself, and survive on my own the best I could. I didn’t get very far because I realized that I didn’t even know how to get food unless it came from the grocery store. This is when I started to connect all the dots. I couldn’t get food unless I had money. I couldn’t get money unless I had a job. I ended up right back where I was in the first place. I poor college graduate working a low wage job just to scrape by.

https://andrew-judd.com/2021/05/14/why-i-made-this-blog

I want to be able [to] learn through working and people around me

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I have been a student at Noroff before and I got to learn quite alot about website development (Front-End). This was a very challenging but interesting journey that I went through and I do not regret any of it! I learned quite alot and I was able to understand what is behind the websites that we see almost every day. The reason to why I chose Graphic Design through Noroff is because I know that I was satisfied with the course I took earlier and Noroff teaches relevant stuff for their students. I was introduced to Noroff through an education exhibition when I was looking for places to study after I graduated.

https://rosagje.design.blog/2020/01/09/welcome-to-my-blog

I work my ass off every day to get a little closer to where I want to be

Keywords: the buildup , encouragment , mental health , rant , trauma , trigger warning , tw suicide , work

I don’t need validation to continue this journey, but it would be so nice. It would just be the sweetest thing to hear from someone else. I scream it at myself every day. I say, “Rudy, you’re doing so much better. You can pretend it’s a secret and get through this. You’re good enough.” I, however, am not a reliable source of emotional information to myself yet. I’m still working on that. Until then, any kind of encouragement is greatly appreciated.

https://victoriacsmith.wordpress.com/2020/12/16/progress-vs-validation