If I could go back in time and talk to my high school self I would tell myself not to worry. College is amazing and I have made so many friends. High school was not fun for me other than a few choice classes. I would tell myself to find what makes me happy and go for it. I would remind my high school self to enjoy the college experience and to join as many clubs as I could. I would, also, beg my old self not stay up so late or else I will doze off in accouning class and we both know how difficult Mr. Shook's class is. I would tell myself not to stress so much over tests and exams and learn to loosen up and relax some. Over stressing over accouning class will not get you anywhere. Also, I would lecture myself on working too many hours and warn myself that when the time comes I should not accept the 3rd job. Three part-time jobs on top of being a full-time college student is too heavy of a load for a new freshman. Lastly, I would tell myself not to move to Texas.
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