Obstacles are those frightful things you see when you take your eyes off your goal. ~Henry Ford. Freshman year in college maybe one of the most exciting, or most nerve-racking days of your life. You are officially going to be living on your own with people you may or not know. Becoming a freshman in college was nerve racking but before that I was of course a senior in high school; I didn’t have any real responsibilities. I knew that I was going to be on my own in the real world, and there wouldn’t be anyone to hold my hand. Having to say goodbye to people that helped me at cypress ranch high school was really tough. Now that you’re in college you would have to worry about money, food, and gas. Some people think roommates are weird, messy, and out of control. Staying in shape in college is really important because now that you are living on your own, you’re not getting home cooked meals and all you’re eating is junk and trust me that is not the way to go. Getting sleep also is something that you will most definitely need; if you don’t get enough sleep your body is weak and tend to get sick. Homework is something most people dislike but in college you have deadlines from back to back so procrastinating is not an option. Freshman year of college will be a new chapter in your life and you have to be prepared and that’s why it’s so important. Becoming a freshman was the most fearful moment of my life.
Before I was a freshman in college, I felt like I was still a little old teenager. Becoming a freshman in college I was definitely nervous and didn’t know what to do. I knew that I would be living on my own. I know that I’m great at making friends but when I came to college it sort of changed. On your first day of school make sure that you’re on time to all your classes so your teacher knows that you focused on your education. Leaving home maybe harder than you think because you lived there for 18 years. You didn’t have to worry about paying bills....
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