I NEVER GOT AN A ON ANY OF MY TESTS IN AP CHEM BUT I JUST FOUND OUT THAT I GOT 58/60 ON THE LAST TEST EVER AND O M G IS THIS REAL LIFE
FINISHING THE YEAR OFF WITH A BANG
Anonymous asked: How was the last dance? Did anything good happen :)
it was actually really fun, despite the fact that it was my first high school dance dance (prom wasn’t at school) and that people really got crazy!
“anything good”? LOL if you’re expecting something juicy, I’m sorry to disappoint you but I kept it clean with the swim team :) other than that, we danced the night away and shared an amazing time together, which was a GREAT thing ♥
Anonymous asked: does feeling inferior to people make you feel sad. idk what to do anymore. everyone's smart, everyone has positions in clubs. just not me. i have the necessary skills, and then i just get used because they know i'm a big help but they dont want me in "power". school's like a macroism or life.
I’m really not great at giving advice (I’m so sorry if that’s what you’re looking for, most likely), but I can tell you that the clubs worth applying for have genuine officers who are looking for the very best for their club. This may not be accurate all across the boards, but when Lights on Trafficking, a baby of a club that Kim and I started this past school year, had our first big officer applications+interviews process, we had an incredibly tough time picking from an array of well-qualified individuals. We thought each person who gave us a hard time would make great additions in their own way, but we ultimately had to set our sights on who would help strengthen the new club the best for the upcoming year. It may not always be the case that people want to prevent you from achieving power, but possibly because they have quite specific things they’re looking for in light of the club.
From too much experience, I’ve been rejected from “hopping on board” with a big club on campus for two years. I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve applied and failed—and it does indeed suck to feel like the people of these clubs have something against you.
We won’t be beating anyone here, so if you can’t join them, you should branch off and create your own club! But this probably isn’t good advice unless you’re really really passionate about something.
The drive is the key ingredient here, and although tough, it is definitely rewarding to create an outlet for all of those frustrating feelings of inferiority, because you have endless room to grow in your own club as compared to being limited to a common club that has a standard flow of what they expect from their positions.
The best I can tell you right now is that you are very talented and that having (or not having) a position in clubs doesn’t define you or make your life. Albeit school is a dominant part of our lives, don’t let what’s on the outside (positions) cover up for what you possess better on the inside. Corny, I know, and yes, “but it looks good for college!”
Passion and dedication for a club and it’s cause/theme » the rank which you possess in it or 15 other clubs on campus.
But seriously, you are a smart, useful, and great human being. If other people can’t see that, find your outlet and do your best to contribute to not just the school but to the world. It sounds really confusing, I know, but your feelings of inferiority WILL take you somewhere as long as you take it and try to improve yourself more and more, because the officers of the other clubs don’t know what they’re missing out on ^__^
so many of my grades right now are borderline and I’m letting them define me and making me sad