The last couple weeks of the semester are upon us. summer is just around the corner. Soon, us college students wont have to worry about turning in assignments for our professors.
What have we learned from this semester, however?
If you’re like me you’re probably kicking yourself for procrastinating, again.
Everyone must not forget that what we have learned in school, in past semesters and this one, we should be investigating on our own time and applying in real life. One thing harder than school is applying what you’ve learned in school in ordinary life. We get a brief introduction from our professors but it is up to us to dig deeper and discover the ways to use the information.
Math for instance. We use it every day. Algebra, however, is a little bit more evasive when it comes to ordinary application. But there are uses for it, obviously. Think about what you are learning and learn how to use it for the betterment of your life!
This summer: Read more, check out more books, walk more, meditate more, stretch more, drink more water, talk to more people, write more, and think about how fast school goes by.
One day when we are old we will look back at these days, at the beginning of our education and of our adult lives and minds.
Photo: Fullerton College on September 11th, 2014. 35mm film