Many students went back to school about a month ago. I start this upcoming Thursday. This is my junior year in college, which means the end is almost here! I have so many goals to accomplish this year, so many unnecessary things/people to let go of this year, and I’m excited to start. Everyone has the giddy feeling at the beginning of school. We’re ready for any challenge that comes their way, but by the third (or first!) week of school, our brains have melted. They say think big so we do, but then we realize how complex it is to create a reality out of our big thoughts. It’s a tad bit impractical. Now don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying a person can’t do that. If you read my post last week about prioritizing your time, you know I don’t think that. The problem arises when the road to creating something real becomes more difficult than we expected. We almost expect it to materialize before us. Society gives the perception that this is straightforward and simple when it’s not. It’s easy to say, “I’m going to get straight A’s this year!” It’s a lot more difficult to achieve that. It takes hours of dedication and preparation and you still might not get all A’s. Tailor your goals to your life and your own experiences. Take your ideas as far as you want, but remember to take the right road on the journey to achieving your goals.
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