Find Your Feet: The 8 Things I Wish I'd Known Before I Left by Rebecca Sparrow

By Rebecca Sparrow

Everybody is familiar with completing highschool and identifying what to do subsequent might be tricky. in case you visit university? Get an apprenticeship? or simply trip the realm?


After highschool, there are all-new pressures equivalent to budgets, residing clear of domestic, making offerings a couple of occupation you aren’t yes of, relationships, consuming good, making associates . . . the checklist is going on. So how do you get via it? From the bestselling writer of Find Your Tribe (And 9 different issues I want i would identified in excessive School) comes the follow-up book, locate Your ft (The eight issues I want i might identified earlier than I Left excessive School), a pragmatic, funny, advisor for women to aid them navigate their post–high college years and past. This little publication can be valuable and a must-read should you want a little assist in surviving the years after tuition.

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X Offer to make amends and graciously accept your punishment. This might mean apologising to someone you’ve offended. Or repaying the company, the university or your friend for property you’ve damaged. Or accepting the fact that you’re being put on probation. You made your bed, sister. The sooner you accept that, the sooner you can move on. x Learn from your mistake. Again, it sounds obvious but use the whole experience as a learning opportunity. o 33 Nothing ruins your life forever And now here is the bit where I completely contradict myself.

Please! These days, there are all kinds of avenues to get into university courses or traineeships. You can study part-time and upgrade (that’s what I did). You can do another similar course (like TAFE), and then swap over to your original plan gaining credit for the subjects you’ve already studied. When one door shuts, there’s usually a cat flap open somewhere you can crawl through. If you really want to do something, you’ll find a way to do it, it just may take you a little longer. The key is to be persistent.

Don’t throw it all away by making a stupid decision. Now I want you to sign this contract for me: o 26 SA F E D R IV ING CO N T R A CT T H AT IS L E G A L LY B IN D ING * W he n I dr iv e I w il l: • always wear a seatbe lt • not talk on my mobil e phone, listen to voice mail messages or send or rea d text messages • pull over if I am despe rate to make or answer a call or read or send a text message • stick to the speed lim it • never drive if I have been drinking alcohol or doing drugs • not allow someone wh o I suspect has been dri nking or doing drugs to drive me ANYWHERE EVER AT ALL • not listen to Celine Dio n under any circumstan ces.

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