As I got closer to graduating from high school In 2004, I was very much against the Idea of allege. While growing up in a not so wealthy family, going to college wasn’t a priority; helping my mom and brother was. But now, it is becoming more difficult to advance without some sort of advanced education. Returning back to school made a huge impact on my life. There were many reasons why I choose to school to help better my self and to set a example for my sons and for my niece and nephews. By choosing to go to school with help me in the Torture to get better Job and Job I like.
When I was in high school I always wanted to go to collage I wanted to become ruse like my mom but by time I graduated from high school in 2004, my goal of going to college had chance I was dealing with personal problems and I run away from home. Then Just about a few months a go my friend was telling to go back to school I did not where to start and I was not ready to leave my sons Just yet, so she told me about online classes . I look into it and that when I came to Gifford University and lady example everything to me and told I could be home with my sons I was happy and decide to go.
Returning Back To School Returning 3 Transitioning back to the ‘going to school’ lifestyle was very difficult because I working as a stay at home mother of two boys. I mean with taking care of my boys and home-life errands I did not think I had time for school. The one thing I had to do to was make a time for everything and everyone. I was Just happy to be able to get my life back on track. Going back to school when I did was a huge risk due to my schedule. Being stay at home mom, I decided that I would try on-line classes. I am so glad that I did. Being in an on-line course, I feel like part of the class.
It is a lot easier, for my kids and As I once read, “The future doesn’t Just drop into our laps… You get the future you want Dye making It napped” (cult EAI In Hudson Ana p . I eve seen ten need to further my education. This will help my family and I live a more comfortable life and make it easier to help my kids obtain their educational goals. L, as I think we all do, want my children to live a better and more comfortable life than I had. The most important message I am trying to convey to my children since having returned to school after all these years, is that you are never done learning.
If you have the determination and self-discipline, you can accomplish anything you want. I am returning to school is because of the ever growing workforce today. I mean learn now if you don’t have kind of degree you are not going to get the Job that is make you or the money you need to keep your from sinking. I have a high school diploma but that don’t you no where this time may be a Job at a fast food place. I loving being Returning 4 with kids and to work them I had to take a chance and get my degree in Early Childhood Development. Finitely believe that one of the major obstacles of returning to school, is that I been in school since 2004 and know so I know it is not going to be easy and it is going to take a lot of hard work. Like my mom always said “If you don’t use it, you lose it! ” With taking online classes school. Tense are a lot Nell Trot a lot AT people Ana really enjoy geol. This was new ways, Just like my schooling on the internet now. You learn with what you have according of what is up to date, for today’s times of school. I can imagine years from now what we will learn by. I do no this now. The more you learn the more o no.
Just coming back to school right now have been a good experience to me. I am learning grammar. I feel this schooling on the internet is not bad at all. I Just can’t wait till the next school course. In conclusion my life overall has been very hectic with trying to work, go to school, having kids, and Juggling a household. I know that I will have to study hard, pace myself and pray that I will have the strength that we need to get through this so that my children will have a better tomorrow. Returning 5 References Boyd, D. , & Bee, H. (2006). Adult Development. Boston: Allan and Bacon.