I would tell myself to be prepared to study hard, but to focus on building quality friendships as well. I would also tell myself to cultivate an open-minded perspective. It is good to prepare yourself mentally for college by increasing the difficulty of your reading material so that you can have a smooth transition into college.
I would tell myself to slow down and enjoy every aspect of my education. Time has gone by so fast and I feel as if I have missed the bonds and all of the positive aspects of receiving an education. I would also tell myself to really do extensive research on the school and ask as many questions as possible.
I would also tell myself to truly follow my heart and enter into a career that I truly love. Culinary school has always been an interest and I now regret not attending one. Finally, I would tell myslef to breathe. Everything is going to work out as it was meant to. Hold on and enjoy the ride!
I would tell myself that the first few weeks would be harder than expected , but not to worry. I have made some of the best friends I could ever imagine. The most important thing is to keep your priorities straight. Don't give up on something just because it's a little harder than you would like; because the end result is totally worth it.
College life is so exciting and new, and provides many opportunities to meet people. At Christian colleges in particular, there tends to be a focus on finding someone to spend the rest of your life with. If I could go back and start college over again, I would probably switch my focus to making friends and seeking to getting to know as many people as possible without worrying about dating. College is a time when you have alot of freedom, and one should enjoy it and make as many memories as possible during this snapshot of life.
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