High School Students: Where will you be in 10 years?

Soon high school will be over and college will start and before you know it, time will fly and college will end as quickly as it came. Have you ever given any thought to where you will be in 10 years? After your college graduation maybe you will find a job and get married and have children with the proverbial white picket fence. But maybe not, maybe you will end up somewhere else. How can you start paving the way for your future today? Well here are some tips!

1. Enjoy Your Youth

Be active and be a part of the community and have fun in life right now. There will be plenty of time to grow up and take responsibility later! For right now, enjoy the life you are living but also make smart choices that will help your future.

2. Take Part in Organizations

Helping less fortunate people will always be helpful to you whether you start now or in 30 years. By making space in your schedule now for community organizations and charities, you will build a habit towards giving back and want to continue doing it for the rest of your life!

3. Plan – Decide – Action

There is no harm in making plans for your future. If you want to plan out your life from high school to college and beyond, there is no harm in making a life plan. In fact, during rough times, this may actually help you stay on track! But things change so don’t be upset when you have to start making alterations to that plan.

The point is, enjoy life right now. It is okay to make plans and decide what you want your life to be like in 10 years, but the key take away here is don’t stress about how it should be. Sometimes, the best thing to do is to let things happen on its own. By building habits and everyday routines, your future is already set! A major mistake people make is thinking that they have to be on track, on the same path they wrote down. But the reality is, things change and learning to accept that change is the key to a happy future, no matter where you end up.

Meghan & Melissa from GoEnnounce

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