I figured it was about time for a little college update.
My major is Exercise Science/Physical Education. I hope to be a Fitness Coach one day or at least be able to work with my future family and friends to help them live a healthier life. 🙂
As some of you know, I took Beginning Algebra and College Success for my Spring semester. I had to drop my Algebra course, but I ended my College Success course with an A. I learned a lot in that semester and I am thankful to have gone through it, even though at times it was very stressing. I am still working at my math work to test out into college algebra (which is mandatory for my major).
My summer English class started May 19th and that has been amazing! I have an absolutely amazing professor, who makes it so enjoyable and motivating to do my work.
Here is the book that I have been using along side my online work. 🙂
I never thought I’d actually enjoy learning to write better and to get “criticism” of my work, to improve myself. What really helped me to not take it personally was an essay that my professor wrote on his writing experience and how he had to learn not to take things personally when his professors/teachers explained how his work needed to be improved.
When I got my first assignment back with his corrections my first thoughts I had were personal and got upset. Then, I immediately remembered what my professor wrote about not taking correction ideas personally, but use them to grow you and to improve your writing. So, I took those words to heart and it has really benefited me already! 🙂
My Physical Education class, Core Stability, just started yesterday and I am super excited about it! 😀
I’ll have to update in a couple weeks when I am full blast into it, but I am super hopeful about it.
Thursday we start the actually working out! Yesterday we just went over the class, some info, and some paper on our health to see if we have any heart issues and so forth.
I want to thank my family for their continued support and encouragement through this whole process and most importantly, my Lord, who is my Rock and Foundation when I step foot in a not so Christian environment.