Sunday, February 13, 2011

later in life...?

I know I'm just stating highschool, but i always wonder how I'm going to raise my kids (When I have kids). Is the way my parents raising me better then say, the way my next door neighbor is raising their kids? Are things that make me mad at my parents now, something that will make my kids mad too? Im a pretty good student, all honors classes, my parents push me in school. Sometimes I wish I could take easier classes. I know that later in life this will probably pay off, but school is sucking away my social life. Let me ask some of the older blogger out there, is having an amazing highschool experience and a decent adult life better then an decent highschool life and a great adult life?

14 comments:

  1. Hmm, it's hard to really choose. You're never truly left at a crossroads between the two choices. The only advice I can give is to find a balance. If this means writing up schedules and planners then so be it. Having a good adult life is important, but at your age, you're so impressionable that its easy to become moulded by your experiences you have in high school. Its best to let the two play out as best as you can make it.

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  2. You'll find out later in life. Happens to everyone, myself included. Don't worry about it too much.

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  3. I never had a good social life as a teen. Probably because I grew up on an island in the middle of nowhere as an outsider and everyone hated me, so I had no choice but to throw myself into my studies.

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  4. Just don't have kids. We are a super complex virus eating away at the world...Kids need food. Later. lol

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  5. I think you should try combining good school results with your social life ;)

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  6. Don't think about the future!

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  7. Enjoy your school life while it lasts, life becomes much harder afterwards...believe me.

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  8. yeah dont think about the future..let the future think about you

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  9. Just take it as one day at a time..

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  10. Im only 18 and I can honestly say I wish I was back at school & a kid again. Getting older sucks.

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  11. Thinking about the future doesn't really make your future better, so work on your present life

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