Yes you can ace your first semester, and don’t be surprised about it. Actually, the things you need to do to be able achieved it were simple and easily to be understood. You are now leaving your lazy habit and working to be studious. Since you are already in your senior year, be prepared to feel overwhelmed with academic stuff. You'll find it very difficult to ace your first semester because student usually have 5 Ap's plus their extra curricular activities. Instead of pitying yourself go ahead and read this advice.
To what extent are chemicals in skin care a problem? Most of us use cosmetics and other personal care items without a second thought, believing that none of the chemicals will affect us, however, studies suggest that our skin absorbs close to 60% of the topical products with which it comes into contact. It is claimed that women who are using make-up on a daily basis are absorbing almost 2 kilograms or 5 lb of chemicals per year into their bodies. Some studies suggest we may be wearing about 515 chemicals per day.
Confession: I’m 22 years old, and just recently cooked a meal for myself for the first time. Embarrassing but true. I’ve never had any interest in cooking, and spent four years eating at the dining hall at college. I started graduate school in the fall, and moved into my own apartment. I spent last semester eating frozen food, not working out, and wallowing in stress and anxiety as I adjusted to life on my own and an increased, difficult workload. One day, it just hit me that I wasn’t in college-land anymore: my real life had begun, and the habits I was creating would stick with me for life. Was I really comfortable with the degree to which I was taking care of my body, mind and spirit? I realized that I was not, and made the decision to change. I was going to make my health, both physical and mental, a priority.
“Fulfillment is structured in achievement. Achievement is structured in action. Action is structured in thinking. Thinking is structured in knowledge. Knowledge is structured in consciousness” – Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, Guru to The Beatles.
In the fifty years since The Beatles were presented with ‘The Illustrated Book of Yoga” the practice of yoga has become as prolific in Western society as the band themselves. Once shrouded in oriental mysticism, you’re just as likely to find a yogi in East London as you would in the Far East.
In an age where everything is online and virtual, that phrase to me now seems completely outdated. The competition in my playground used to be who could hold onto the monkey bars the longest and who could swing the highest. This generation’s playground competition is cemented in a virtual world. Who has the most Instagram followers and likes on their photos is the new way of figuring out who is “most liked” at school. So is it really so far fetched to think that the new phrase for the growing generation is “don’t judge a person by their Instagram page?”