On Wednesday May 23rd, 2018, I became a high school graduate. After the long year, I can finally celebrate what I’ve accomplished!
School has really shaped my life, made me into who I am today. Especially when it comes to writing, I cannot thank my teachers and inspirations enough for helping me create my goals. From my fifth grade teacher who wrote children’s books for fun, to my senior AP Literature teacher for helping me discover new passions for writing and ways to keep my writing alive, I have had so many wonderful people help with my writing.
Of course, I cannot forget my family who has encouraged my books since I was 10 years old.
It is through writing that I can see what I can really do to help change the world.
Over the course of the year, I’ve determined that I want to study Anthropology when I go to college in the fall. With this, I will focus on cultural anthropology, and by studying human nature, hopefully we can find a way to bring kindness to the forefront of society! I truly believe that kindness can change the world and how we treat each other.
I’m excited to see what I learn, and what’s more, I can write about it! 🙂
For now, I will stick to my goals of editing Undeniably Underestimated and writing a new book this summer! (And trying to remember to make a blog post every Sunday!)