Hi There.........: Scared
I totally can relate/agree with you. I’ve been wanting to move out but then I really think to myself.. why would i move out right now? I love being with my family and of course eventually I will move out. I am just saving up for when that day actually comes. Of course we all want to do certain things and want our lives to be perfect, and I think we just need to live life to the fullest while we’re young and not have to worry about our finances for the future. Everything will work out the way it should and I am a strong believe in everything happens for a reason!!! Best of luck… don’t stress about money, everything will be find! :)
My future scares me; every time I envision it, all I think of is financial setbacks.
“If I move out now, I will regret not using the money to save up for a condo…But forget all of that, because as soon as I graduate, I will be bombarded with school loans. And what if I don’t find a decent job…
Some people enjoy watching sports, but me, well I enjoy playing a sport. Soccer has been apart of my life for 13 years. I feel as if it’s the one thing I get to do for myself. Lately, I have become extremely overwhelmed with school and work, papers and projects. By the end of the week I want to forget about my stress and have time for myself. I joined a women’s league last year and I couldn’t have made a better decision to spend my one free day doing what I love. I feel like I am able to get my aggression out on the field and get my exercise in when I play. The girls that I have met are one of the nicest group of girls ranging from 19-late 30’s. Regardless of our ages, we all seem to get along very well. To me I feel as if they are a second family that I get to see every Sunday.
Sometimes I get the feeling that people would never guess that I play soccer, unless they asked what all the bruises on my legs are from. It seems crazy how I am a so called “girly girl” because on the field its a completely different story. I guess you could say I let the “tomboy” side come out. I don’t mind getting bumps and bruises. I am a competitive person and like to win. I play center midfield and am constantly trying to make game plays with my team. It’s frustrating when we have an off game and lose to teams that we are capable of beating.
I enjoy playing the game of soccer and I am so grateful to have found such a fun and competitive team to play for. I feel like it is the one day of the week I can let stress or anger out and spend time with people I enjoy being around and playing the game. I think to myself, thank goodness for sports!
With an early scoring game, Cal Poly Pomona Broncos mens soccer team took on Cal State Stanislaus Warriors in the CCAA league. To start off the game with just a few minutes after the whistle blew, Luis Gonzalez scored Cal Polys first goal. Within just a few minutes of Gonzalez’s goal, his teammate Ricardo ran the ball up the field to score their second goal. Both of the teams were fighting for possession, however the Broncos seems to dominate most of the game. Within the first half another goal by the broncos Jonathan Enns was shot off the goal post and into the goal.
The second half was much slower leading both teams to struggle scoring. The game quickly came to an end with Cal Poly Pomona taking a victory 3-0 against Cal State Stanislaus Warriors.
Elaine Alluin: Finding Your Dream House
elainealluin: I never did really understand the whole sorority thing but as I became friends with girls in sororities I was able to get a better feel for what it really is about. It’s something that gets you involved in college, allows you to meet new people and enables you to do great things. I always hear how much fun my friends have being apart of their sorority and how they’ve met some really good people. I know sororities are involved in doing great things and its good to see how much it can impact your college years. I think its awesome you are able to be apart of something that inspires you to be who you are.
The thought of the Fall Quarter beginning makes me think about homework, projects, all nighters and formal recruitment. Every year Panhellenic Sororities have formal recruitment in October. There is so much planning and preparation in order to make sure that recruitment is perfectly put…
Laughter and friendship are the key ingredients that get me through life. It’s my friends that keep me sane and help me grow as a person. I know that no matter what happens in life I can always turn to them for advice, or to brighten my day. At times I feel like I don’t get to see them as much as I would like to but when we do hang out it’s like we’ve never left each others side. It’s nice to have your core group of friends that help you make memories that you’ll never forget.
I’ve learned that my friends are the people who put the biggest smile on my face and that I love being around. I can spend hours with them talking about nonsense things, laughing our heads off, remembering the old days, think about our future and looking back on memories that we’ve made together. I’ve come to an understanding that even though we don’t hang out everyday we still can relate to each other and “get” each other.
One thing that I always think to myself is how lucky I am to have the best of friends. They mean the world to me and I know they would do anything for me as would I. Friendships might come and go but I know that the group of friends that I’ve grown up with are stuck with me and are going to be in my future! :)
Shane's World!: Going the Distance for Success
It’s seems so crazy to be at the end of our college years and I definitely can relate to what you’re going through. I am not even sure how to manage taking 5 classes aka 20 units while working a part time job. And as for you, baseball is just as much, if not more of a commitment you have on top of school. So here’s to the stress, anxiety, caffeine, studying, papers, projects and 2 more quarters until we can finally make our dream of graduating in 4 years become a reality!!!
Best of luck!!! :))
College is tough these days. Payments seem to increase as each year passes and offered classes tend to dwindle as well. Overall, college students aren’t looking at the typical “4-year experience” anymore. It’s more like five to six years for the basic B.A. or B.S. degree. However, I’m not…
I choose to have high hopes and dream big! As I enter into my senior year of college everything seems to finally be falling into place. I feel like it was just yesterday that I was a freshman taking general education classes, not even knowing what major I wanted to be in. Looking at the classes I have left to take makes me feel anxious and excited to graduate and begin my future.
My dream is to work for InStyle magazine or SBE (event coordinating). I’ve been interested and have been in contact to intern with InStyle magazine in the Spring. Getting an intern position at InStyle magazine would certainly be one of my greatest achievements. If InStyle magazine didn’t work out, working for SBE, coordinating events would be my second dream job I would love to have. I am a determined person with high hopes and it seems so crazy to think that one day my dream of working for one of these companies could come true.
Working in Los Angeles would be a huge change of lifestyle for me. Growing up in Orange County has allowed me to be surrounded by my family and friends while having a laid back lifestyle. Moving to Los Angeles would mean I would have to meet new people and make new friends. I know I am ready for “real world”, having a full time job, and moving out which makes me everything about growing up exciting. I can’t wait to see what my future has in store for me.
As I come close to the end of my school years, I am ready to graduate and achieve great things. Most people just dream of working for a specific company or know what their ideal job would be. For me, I want to make my dream of working for a magazine or event coordinating company come true!