First of all, I want to wish everyone a very MERRY CHRISTMAS!
So, I know I have not been on Polyvore in a very a long time. I feel like I have abandoned this website.
Anyway, I'm going to update or basically blog about my life in the past couple months.
I guess I could say that in the past couple months I have seen or felt somewhat change in me. I have been listening to new music, changed my personal fashion/style, and I have changed the way I think. Overall I would agree that these changes have been positive, and that I am happy with the person I currently am. In September I became a sophomore and I guess whether I like it or not has influenced the way I think and see myself. I've become more of a relaxed/chill person. I don't like to stress myself out too much. I like to make sure I sleep 7-9 hours a day. Mostly, I prefer to go to bed at 9:00pm. I believe that sleeping more relaxes me and makes me more patient, calm, tolerant, etc. the next day. I have been drinking more tea than ever. I basically rely on my hot green teas to relax me at night while I do my homework. Speaking about homework, I have also developed positively academic wise. I have seen myself put more effort in my school work more than ever. I'm engaging myself in school more. I've actually joined 2 clubs this school year and I think that is a huge deal despite the fact that my dismissal is now 3:15pm. I am currently enrolled in the Spanish club and Book club of my school. I am so proud of myself for stepping up and acknowledging the fact that straight A's wont get me anywhere if I'm not being involved in after school curricular activities that will eventually help me develop as a person. I have also felt very proud of myself for raising my 2 B's that were in my Chemistry and Geometry class into A's. Although they are barely 90%-91% I am happy that I have brought them more than 5% up in the last 2 months. I have worked very hard in my tests and realized how much my work and efforts really do make a difference. This is very encouraging. I am currently taking a driver's ed class and well...let's just say I hate that class. The tests have killed me because they're so simple yet they play games with my mind. I will do my best to continue to study and work hard to make sure I WILL GET THAT DAMN WAIVER. I am not stupid, therefore I will get it. I have felt very happy with myself and I am looking forward for the new year of 2013 in which many exciting and happy memories, news, events, etc. things will occur. 2013 is the year I will have to work harder than ever to continue being a great student, sister, daughter, and friend. I think 2013 is a very big deal. I will most likely already be driving by then, (I REALLY HOPE SO. BUT, I hope I lose my fear of learning how to drive first) I will be 17 years old, I might possibly start working in my first ever job, I will become a Junior which means that will be the school year I take my ACTS and the 3rd/4th year of my high school years. ANYWAYS... I'm praying the new year will bring happiness to me, my family and friends. I want it to be one of the most amazing years ever. I wish everyone a Happy New Year in case I don't log on here until who knows when.
WAIT, I also want 2013 to be the year I finally learn how to public speak with NO FEAR. I want to be more outgoing and less afraid of talking in front of others.
That's basically it for now.