A large chunk of my time this summer has been spent mentally preparing myself for the fact that I am about to begin my senior year in college. Over the past three years, I have learned a lot about myself, including how much I can handle.
When you were five years old, scribbling the creation of your imagination with crayons, someone may have asked you, "What do you want to do when you grow up?" Perhaps you excitedly replied a doctor, an actor, or the president. Maybe you confidently answered an astronaut, a superhero, or a princess. However, many of us find that once we are actually "grown up," we draw a blank. The childish confidence sputters out into silence, and we are left waiting, wondering what to do next when we actually have no idea of where we are going.
The transition to college is exciting, but it can also be challenging and stressful. However, but can ensure your transition to college goes smoothly by learning certain skills in high school. These skills allow you to adjust to the big changes college brings and actually enjoy the transition. Without further ado, here are ten lessons you should learn before college.