But that's not what this post is about. It's moments like these where I'm so wore out from school that I sit back and think about what I'm really working for. I picture my life ahead of me and what I'm doing to make that possible. I think about my future career and how I can't wait to get started in it. I look up jobs through the State ads just to get an idea of what they are looking for and what I should be expecting/preparing for. I think about what my first interview will be like, whose lives I'm going to change, what kind of cases that I'm going to get that will change my life. The more I think about it the more motivated I get. It lights that fire inside me that sometimes dies down a little at the end of each term. So here I am again thinking out my life and the plan I have for myself, so I decided to lay it all out.
I am currently 19 years old working on my Bachelor's of Human Development and Family Studies. While I'm working on my first degree, I want to study abroad in a country working with poverty stricken communities and children. Somewhere like Ethiopia with the Adoption Advocates International. I'm going to graduate in the Spring of 2015 with my degree from Oregon State University.
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My first real debt when I get out of school will be buying myself a new car!
I haven't planned much past that. I mean of course I eventually want to get married and have kids, but I have so much more that I want to do first. All in all though, I want to change lives. I want to be an inspiration to everyone I come in contact with.
Another thing I am determined to do throughout my life is to give back to the Ford Family Foundation. I owe them so much, especially after what they have been doing for me lately.
I don't know where my life is going to take me, but I am determined that my future will be a bright one and no one can take that from me.
Good luck on finals, fellow readers! :)