I can see it now. My high school-self sitting with friends so clueless as to what's next. Being only a college freshmen hasn't given me a copious amount of experience but it's enough to know the basics I should have figured out before I started. I would tell my senior version of me to always pay attention to detail, always read what you're supposed to, always stay on top of your grammar, and continuously learn (in or out of school). "If the brain isn't actively learning, what do you think it's doing? Napping, getting restless, bored, and finding things to occupy itself which in turn pushes out what matters. " That's exactly what I'd say to myself.
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