I guess all you can do is trying to keep your cool in all situations, even if the ones you practice aren't very serious.
Being on the internet makes everything easier. That and I can do one-on-one conversations, but groups kill me. I get tired to easily, introversion for the win XD
Exactly, I had all of my required classes down english, math, science, history. Languages are recommended so decided to take them my sophomore and junior year, but my school though I would fail at them. It really ticked me off. How am I supposed to find out what I want to do with my life if I can't take any classes to help figure out what I want to do?
Even though I'm in public schools I don't go to any social activities, I'm just not the social type.
You'd think Id have full control over my schedule, but my counselors thought that I wouldn't be able to pass my language classes and decided I should get on the track that lets me work my senior year. Tried to change my schedule and they would not let me at all.
Haha, I think we've got enough threads and our one banner, plus the background. I think we look pretty nice!
But I'm sure that whatever happens you'll be able to work through it.
that's pretty cool! I don't think I've had any chances like that. My school system is all about testing well, so the school will look better. They don't really let us focus on working towards a job...
Well at the moment I'm planing to take an animation class next year to see if I like that, I'm also taking psychology this year to see if it's interesting, and I might try seeing if coding is my thing. Those are my three current ideas, I'm sure there are a few other things I'd like to try if I racked my brain harder.
Yep, we were a social group, but we moved to our own website. Sure only 11 of us are active, but I find it much easier to have conversations over there.
Where I live is counted as one of the hardest places to get a licence, though if were being honest the 60 hours is more of an honor system thing...
That's good. I'm sure it would be a good service, and, I don't know you the best, but I feel like it could fit you, just kind of getting that vibe from our conversation, so i hope you're able to do it!
I know what you mean, most of my friends went inactive or moved over to the pitstop, which is why I guess I;m more active over there.
Well, I've got my permit, I wasn't too concerned about that or drivers ed ether, but now I've got to do 3 required classes with an instructor and 60 hours of driving, and I just haven't felt up to it...
As long as your not scared then it doesn't matter that you might get shot on the job. It's something you want to do, guess it would just be an occupational hazard.