Don't let anyone tell you what you can and cannot do…except your mom. I am finally starting to live my life the way I want to, and I have never been happier.
The worst thing you can do is spend all of high school waiting to graduate. I can honestly say that high school was four years of my life that I’ll never forget and let's be honest, adulting is hard.
I can honestly say that high school changed my life for the better, though I wish I had known a little more before hand.
Now looking back, I wish I hadn't stressed so much about having a date, especially senior year.
Some of my best friends had a better time than I did and they went alone.
I wish more than anything that I took more pictures freshman, sophomore and junior year.
Even though they may not have been as fun as senior year, it is nice to have pictures to look back on some of the best years of your life. I have learned from personal experience that not doing what makes you happy only hurts yourself.
When you go away to college, you will wish you had started saving in high school because you'll be ballin' on a budget. I developed a slight procrastination problem, otherwise known as "senioritis," during senior year and beating it is way harder than it sounds.
Developing good study habits during freshman year will save you junior and senior year. Do yourself a favor, and stick to your good study habits!
I remember being a timid, little freshman walking through the big double doors of the cafeteria.
I knew that stepping over that threshold would be, "the start of something new." Yes, I did just quote "High School Musical," and no, I do not have any shame.
I had so much fun my senior year, and besides the fact that it was senior year, it was also the year I decided to get involved with literally everything.
School is so much more fun when you have fun events to look forward to. Going to prom with a date isn't the most important thing.
The nicest and coolest kids in school are usually never the partying kids.