The View Down South How do you make the most of your senior year in high school? It’s a question that takes up way too much mental space when you’re that age. Of course, I had to get good grades and a good scholarship. Mom said so. Of course, I was going to finally get a girlfriendContinue reading “Blue Skies and Sunshine”
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English Lesson: “Point of View”
s8x0: Could you please explain how to use “point of you” in a sentence? I always hear it in debates. So here’s the thing: “point of you” isn’t a common expression. There’s times you might see it in a sentence like this: I don’t see what’s the point of you going. But in this case,Continue reading “English Lesson: “Point of View””
Great days, terrible days, ruined days– we have all of ’em. After all, a lot can happen in a single day to change our outlook. But I want to challenge you to simplify your perspective: “What are the three things you need in order to consider a day, a good day?” For me, I’d want to… ExerciseContinue reading “Three Things”
Close the Distance
Have you ever tried to talk to someone but felt too intimidated? Did you feel like they were way out of your league? If you really want to connect with someone, you can’t be starstruck. You can’t idolize. It’s okay to think about that stuff, but keep it to yourself (and in your pants).