How many of you have considered making a change in your life? Well, some changes may be impossible. You might not think about them or even wish to continue doing them but they just seem to happen naturally.
These are part of your routines.
Megan Mclean, 17, from the John D. O’Bryant School of Math & Science, says that these things we do again and again help us manage our time.
They can increase proficiency and decrease procrastination.
“You can only get better if you repeat it until it’s effcient,” she says.
Amanda Haynes, 16, from the O’Bryant, is a stylish girl who thinks that choosing your
clothes is an important part of the day. Therefore, she wakes up early -- sometimes at 4 am or 5 am -- with an image in her mind of what she wants to wear.
She may have to try on several things before she finds the perfect outfit, but in the end she feels she’ll look great.
Darlene Franco, 16, from the O’Bryant, says that it is instinctive to replay tasks -- they assist us in reaching our goals.
“Go with your routines,” she says. “Never change them because they are meant to help you with your life.”