From Aspirations to Achievement: How to Get Straight A’s
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From Aspirations to Achievement: How I Got Straight A’s in University
Happy New Year! I can’t believe 2019 is already here. The past year has been quite the adventure for our little family, full of aspirations and achievements. Last January Kendrick started walking at just 10 months old and in June I turned 30. We moved into our very first home and began our small-town life in July and in August I started a my new job from home. In September I started my second bachelor’s degree and in November I taught my very first lesson in the classroom. And I can honestly say that 2018 has been my best academic year ever.
I started a blog, made some amazing new friends (online and in real life), turned a house into a home, spent some quality time with my family, went back to school and even started to potty train my not-even-two-year-old son. Like always, I’ve made sure to jam pack this past year with all of my best adventures yet (so watch out 2019!) But there is one thing that I am especially proud of achieving this past December. It’s something that I have aspired to do since I was a little girl. I have worked hard for it for 25 years and I can finally check it off of my bucket list. In 2018 I had my best school year yet!
I finally got STRAIGHT A’s!!
It definitely wasn’t easy but there was one thing in particular that I did that made this lifetime goal of mine finally come to fruition. I started studying something that I was truly passionate about!
In a world where you can be anything and do anything, you should be doing what truly makes you happy. Whether that is making art, playing sports, trying to figure out the secrets of the universe, or teaching future leaders and change-makers, figure out what it is that will bring out the best in you and pursue that dream. Set yourself goals and never lose sight of your destination.
When you choose to follow your true path, you will always be the most successful. Your path may be hidden, but when you find it I hope you take it and never look back.