I really didn’t know what I really wanted to do when I graduated and it never crossed my mind until my senior year. It wasn’t up until like October of 2018 when a Army recruiter and talked to us in Mr. Pierson’s economics class. And usually when a Army recruiter comes and talks to us I usually never pay attention. But this time it was a different vibe with Sergeant William
Growing up we all had these ideas of what we wanted to be when we got older. For me to a certain aspect of my life, my future plans were decided for me. My parents always wanted me to make a doctor out of me, so pre-med was my only option. I was always told that was what I was supposed to do, so I went on this pursuit on becoming
One of the most important decisions someone can make in their lifetime is what they are going to be when they grow up. From sun up to sun down, week after week, a job will consume a majority of the time a person spends in their lifetime. In some cases this might sound unpleasant, but in some it might sound exciting, especially in situations where that person is living their dream.