When i think about my future a floodgate of emotions comes over me. I feel scared, excited, overwhelmed, and inspired all at once. I cannot tell exactly what my future will be like but i can say what I hope for. In my twenties I should have graduated from USF and entering into medical school, studying hard to become a doctor, a psychiatrist to be exact. I hope by then i will have meaningful, stable relationships with friends and hopefully a significant other. I’ll never know what my future holds for me but i know that i will do anything to be the best person that i can be. I want to be successful and i will try my hardest to do so. Every decision i make in my life now will affect my future. So every choice I make is meaningful in some way. No matter what happens in my future, the thing I hope most for is lifelong happiness.
Life is the sum of all your choices. ~Albert Camus
The doors we open and close each day decide the lives we live. ~Flora Whittemore
Now that we are in college, many students will be moving off campus and into apartments next semester and will be getting new cars for means of transportation. This is important because we need to learn and know everything about insuring our cars. There are many factors that we believe affect our insurance rates that are untrue. One myth that most of us believe is true is the color of the car affects the insurance rate. In the article, the author states that the color of the car has no effect on insurance rates. Auto insurance companies set rates based on the safety features of a vehicle and how much it costs to repair or replace the vehicle, along with other factors about the driver. Another myth that many believe, is that the more expensive a car is, the more it is to insure it. Companies look at the loss history of the type of car you drive, meaning how many claims they’ve paid on that model, along with how much it might cost to repair or replace your car, not its sale price. The article explains 8 other common myths about insurance.
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College classes may never be what they are today in few years. Long lecture classes will possibly be only online classes. I not only believe that this will occur but that it will also be beneficial. If students took only online classes, they will save a lot of money. In the article, they compared how much an online class was to an actual class lecture and the online classes were much cheaper (thousands of dollars cheaper). However, one negative aspect to having online classes are students will not be able to experience a real college life: moving out of their homes into dorms, being on their own, and interacting with many different people.
Your beautiful in every way and don’t let anyone tell you differently
Never regret. If it’s good, it’s wonderful. If it’s bad, it’s experience.