University experience includes a really vast range of things. During that period of life, you learn to live on your own and be responsible for yourself. When you first move out from your family’s home you might face a couple of challenging aspects of the life of a young inexperienced adult. You wanted that breath of fresh air, that independence of the adult life; instead, you got responsibilities, bills and hard time managing your schedule. As time goes by, the life of a student starts being less chaotic and frustrating. Being a student can also be fun and easy. You get to meet a lot of people, make new friends, study what you love and the most important – every day takes you closer to being a professional in the field you’ve chosen.
Living in rented apartments, which most of the time are shared with roommates, can be very beneficial as it teaches you how to effectively communicate with people. While being a university student you will also learn at least the basics of the culinary art, and long days and sometimes nights of studying will result in your skills of making really good coffee.
Living on a budget and managing grocery shopping along with saving a certain amount of money for partying, having to pay the rent on time each month will help your financial skills.
University is a place where you not only gain the knowledge for your future profession but also experience and embrace the diversity of life. It’s a place where you meet people from all over the world. This will open up new horizons for you.
Once you’re done with your studying program, you will miss that time you spent being a student. You will have to find a job and a new apartment and maybe even move to another city for work. Moving and transferring your belongings can be done easily if you use the help of this very useful website www.myvancouvermovers.com
High School was a very interesting time in my life. It was definitely different from elementary school because things got a little bit more serious. I felt like I was a big kid now because I was in High School. I felt like I was smarter, better, and even cooler. I feel like I went through a lot in High School now that I think about it. I learned about how smart people really were and just a different crowd that I had to interact with.
Grade 9 was a really interesting time in my life because I met so many new people. I remember High School had so many events that I went to and I just went there by myself not knowing who I’d meet. It was really cool because I met so many different people. They really gave me an impression that would last a long time. Till this day, I can recall all the events that I went through. It was also not a very difficult time academically because it was just review and easy stuff. Although, I didn’t do too well in math and was really bummed out about it because I thought I was going to end up in the applied stream of courses instead of the academic stream which meant my fate was to be in college instead of university. Honestly in retrospect that was bogus.
Grade 10 was a little different. I met new people still because the new batch of people were now grade 9. I remember meeting a few of the niners and thinking that I was still apart of their generation because they we’re only just one year younger. Grade 10 was pretty easy in terms of academics. I think the only thing that I continued to struggle with was english. I’ve always thought that english was the most tedious and annoying course to take because the grades were subjective and were dependent on the teacher. I found that it varied and always felt wrong about that.
Grade 11 was the beginning of a serious commitment for me. It was time to get real and start thinking about where I would be going to. I wasn’t sure what I wanted to become yet but I knew I either wanted to work in the trades or wanted to work with computers. A family friend who was landscaper and owned a landscaping service business had been telling me the pros and cons of working for such a company. I also loved working with computers. This was going to be a tough decision. At this stage in life, many people are lost and don’t know what to do yet so they start taking everything they can so they can have options. I decided to focus on computers and started specializing in a few things in computers. I was also doing pretty well in math by now.
Grade 12 was the final step before going to post secondary school. I continued my journey in pursuing computer related courses and specializing in them because I have finally applied to a University for the Engineering program. I felt like it was perfect and I knew exactly what I was going to do. The moment I got my offer letter, I decided to treat myself to an amazing dinner at The Keg!
Elementary School is a place where a lot of growing and learning happens. Usually you find out who the smart kids are in this stage of life because they act and think a bit different and work a little different. I was always the kind of kid who observed other children and tried to copy them if I thought it was the right thing to do. No doubt I was a troublemaker and a bit of a rascal when I was in elementary school, but I tried my best to be a good kid.
I remember when I was In grades 1-3, school was just a place to go to and have fun. I didn’t really think about the activities and things that I was learning about or if I actually did learn. I guess it didn’t really matter to me or I didn’t really think much at the time. I remember one of the kids that I thought was my friend told me that he didn’t really want to hangout with me because he thought I was a bad influence. I thought that was funny at the time because he was a bad influence to me! I guess it doesn’t matter now but in retrospect, I knew that I was a bad kid trying to keep his moral compass straight.
I moved to another school when I was in grade 4 because my family had moved to a brand new house. I remember this time of my life, leaving my old friends didn’t matter because I don’t think I was really friends or close with them. To me, they were just people I knew or talked to but they were not really my best friends or anything. When I moved to the new school though, I met people that became my long life friends that I still talk to today. They’re the kind of friends that I grew up with and chilled and played games with.
As I grew up into the higher grades of elementary school, I began to realize who I was hangout with and how it would affect my personality and decisions. This really helped me decide who I wanted to be friends with and what kind of person I wanted to be. I knew that if I hung out with the people at school who didn’t do too well in terms of grades, then I would also fall into that category. Luckily I knew that the people that I hung out with was pretty smart! They were hard working students and had many hobbies! They loved photography, running, playing board games, and biking! I thought it was really cool and got along well with them.
I remember I had a few friends that just loved to go to another friends house during lunch time because he had a trampoline in his backyard. His backyard has this giant trampoline that all the kids knew about and loved to jump on it. It was so cool because it was so big and you could seriously have so much fun during lunch time. One of the best things I remember as a kid was jumping on that trampoline and just feeling so free! I couldn’t believe that a kid would be so lucky to have a giant trampoline in his backyard.
Voting in Wauwatosa schools can be coming to an conclusion.
The superintendent instructed WISN 12 information or not it’s a safety situation.
“A lot of folks make the comment, ‘Why will we lock the doorways the entire different days, 179 days of the faculty 12 months? Yet on one day or how many other days that we have for elections, they are spread out?’ and fogeys get worried when there may be access to children,” Wauwatosa faculty District Superintendent Phil Ertl stated.
The Wauwatosa faculty Board will agree with a advice Monday to cease the usage of colleges as polling locations after this autumn’s presidential election. A vote is scheduled for 7 p.m