I’ve been regularly eating healthy since march and exercising the past 1.5 months, almost always in the form of running.
I was promoted today from Sergeant (E-5) to Staff Sergeant (E-6). I want to say that I’ve worked really hard to earn this, however the more I think about it, the more I realize that I don’t do anything out of the ordinary [for me].
So wait .. let me get this straight, because I’ve never taken a course with a lab element to it.
I get to come into class for 3 hours a day and do fucking awesome science experiments for the next few months?
Holy hell, why didn’t anybody ever tell this to me? I’d have been doing classes with labs this whole time.
I’ve made a series of decisions the past many months and now I’ve put myself into a position where life is shitting on me pretty hard.
Fall 2012 semester just began at Santa Monica College. I’m really excited about my classes and what I will learn from/via them.
Taking four classes; early world history, philosophy (early philosophers), pre-calculus, and C programming.
I do not mean to come off as elitist here, however I do feel that not everybody gives their all and make up excuses.
Identify 3 major challenges related to acclimatizing to civilian life; what are some ways you overcome them?
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Paraphrased from one of my college books:
Set challenging yet realistic goals for yourself; When you set challenging – yet achievable goals – you will be more motivated to complete them knowing they’re within your read.
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