Author Archive | Elizabeth Rogers

It’s All About Juice

I read several reviews about juicers and was not impressed. Some of those reviews left me asking myself, “are we still talking about juice”? The juicers were described in ways that made me change my mind and not consider buying one of those machines. Please don’t get me wrong, I have nothing against juicers, it’s just that those reviews were awful.

Reading those reviews made me see my juicer in a completely different way. I didn’t know you could describe a juicer in the ways they were described. I read one review and felt as though they were talking about a car. Then in a another review I felt like they were describing exercise equipment.

When I read juicer reviews, I expect them to be juicy. I want to read a review that says, loud and clear, this is a juicer and it makes juice. I don’t want to have to guess if they’re talking about juice or not. Everything about the review should show and prove that it’s all about the juice.

My expectations may be too high when it comes to reading juicer reviews. In my personal juicer opinion, the review should be all about juice and nothing else. There shouldn’t be any question in your mind to as to whether you’re about to purchase a car, a piece of exercise equipment, or a juicer. I want to be convinced without a doubt in my mind. Here’s the link to the reviews and you can judge for yourself. https://sites.google.com/site/juicermachinereview/

An Education In A Competitive World

Education is said to be the key to success. It opens doors and opportunities that would not otherwise exist. Getting an education is an exciting journey that will lead to an exponentially greater earning potential. Going to a University or College will be the difference in the ability to do what you love and get paid for it.

Starting Out

The jitters will ensue right as you are starting out. They did for me. But as you proceed through the first battery of classes and begin to get in the swing of things, your life will change. Be sure to always have pens, pencils, and something to write on with you. While the books are an important aspect of the classes knowing the material is more important.

Everyone will be on edge in the first few days. The time will fly, and before you kow it, you will be in the second and third semesters. Soon you will have that degree that will make the difference in your life.

Expect Greatness

One thing that I learned early on is that greatness will come. Not so much that you will be worshiped, but you will begin to grasp subjects and information that you never thought possible. One day you will realize that you are a seriously different person who has the ability to shape and control your own future.

College lets the person become immersed in an entirely different world. You are going to meet people from all over. These people are going to have different languages, religious beliefs and even world experiences. Together you will all forge forward in shaping a community that is able to work together and acquire goals.

Graduation

In no time at all you will be facing the day tha you have waited for. Graduation. I was scared out of my mind to leave school. Although when the day comes it will be memorable, exciting, and will bring tears to your eyes. Soon you and the people you went to school with will be forging into the work world with grand expectations.

Just keep in mind that although you now have a degree everything will not be exactly roses. Hard work will have to be done. This is no problem though. Going through and completing a college degree is not something that everyone has done. this shows that the ability to complete tasks and succeed are within you.

Forging Your World

No matter what field of study the degree is in, with it one is sure to find lucrative work. Just remember that sometimes a little bit of effort will be required. Employers will not simply drop the jobs at the doorstep. Keep the chin up and sell yourself.

The best thing that can be done to get the job of your dreams with your degree is to be able to sell yourself. I took a couple of extra classes to learn the art of communications and how to sell the impossible and was able to get that perfect job.

How Education Facilitates Career Goals

A career is what we all aspire to. A career requires some specialized knowledge in a particular field in order to move forward and advance. Oh what a pleasure it is to have the opportunity to attend a college or university in order to be able to get that knowledge and experience the joy of earning a college degree.

My best experience with gaining that degree of my dreams was when I received my acceptance letter. That day will forever be etched in my mind as one of my best days. The joy and excitement was overwhelming. I had realized a goal that I had set for myself years earlier in junior high.

The letter was just the beginning. I was going to have to relocate for the college of my choosing. It would be a scary time, but one that would forge me into a person that would reach career goals and become a professional in my field.

Finding the courage was one thing, but taking that first step was another. Arriving at the campus was confusing, scary, and I wanted to experience so much more and be able to say that I did it.

Registration was a whole new world that I had never experienced before. It seemed as though the lines were endless. Sometimes frustration overcame the joy of having arrived. What was worse was when it seemed that you had finally gotten to the front of the line, there was another line one had to get into.

Meeting with advisors, finding the right classes, and navigating a campus that was like a small town was fun and well worth whatever fear I felt. By the time the semester began me and my classmates were well on our way to understanding the politics of the situation and getting where we wanted and needed to be when we needed to be there.

You might now be asking what all of this has to do with a career. Well, the simple answer is experience. It is and was the experience of learning how to adapt to different situations and different people and achieving a goal you have set for yourself. It is confusing and hard when you first start. It does get easier and the lesson learned will not be realized for some time.

When I first started college with the goal of getting the career of my dreams, I did not understand the lines, the waiting and the red tape. It was frustrating, annoying, aggravating, and it made no sense. Now, looking back on the whole situation. I understand how these lines and the waiting and all the red tape taught me a lesson that cannot be learned in any course or book.

The lesson is simple, yet evades so many. The lesson is that one has to learn to get along, to go with the flow. The work environment is one that is always changing to meet the needs and demands of the market that one works in. One must be able to adjust expectations while still acquiring their goal.

Moving In The Right Direction

I am pleased to say that I got accepted into my very first college today. It was the college I had been waiting and hoping for, and I am so excited that my dream came true. This enables me to get a career, a degree, a future. I am working towards a degree in criminal justice, as I want to be a federal agent. It will take a lot of education, but it will be worth it. It is a well-paying respectable job.

This makes me excited that I have the opportunity to succeed. For the first time, I feel confident in myself. I feel happy, like I am on the right path to something great. Who doesn’t like that feeling?

I know this school is the best thing for my career. The people who work there are friendly, passionate and helpful. They are able to help me make the best choices possible, and take the classes that I need too. They are further able to make it so that I am able to make the best steps and do the right things. I could not be more grateful for a company that helps me move in the right direction.

What’s it like to finally get accepted into a four-year college? Let me tell you, it is a wonderful feeling. It lets you know that you are well on your way to a unique and exciting career that will surely improve your life outlook. It lets you know that you will be able to make the money that you need too to have a comfortable life. That’s how I feel getting accepted, and that’s why I’m excited about moving on with my career.

The Perks of Education

I started my education like any normal child at age 4. Unlike most kids however, my parents had decided to put me into private school. From kindergarten to 7th grade, I grew up in a culture based upon the private school atmosphere. Though it was fun while it lasted, I had felt that I was in a bubble. That bubble popped the moment I started my 8th grade year at George Washington Middle School. Not only public, it was also the largest school I had been to. The size of it alone made my 31 class members seems so miniscule.

The public school track not only improved my education but prepared me for college, also known as the real world. In my household I had always grown up with the thinking that I was going to college. I didn’t truly appreciate the thought of college until I took a gap year to live abroad. The nine months I spent away, cultured me enough to be able to appreciate a good education as well as the importance of a degree or schooling of any kind.

From an early age I learned that college would improve my income. I didn’t realize that this was a true fact until I entered my first year in University. Though I started out as an Anthropology major, I quickly became fascinated with economic development of different worlds from the perspective of a Global Affairs Majors. I am now a double major of Global Affairs and Spanish, not only because it can generate a high income, but also because culture is my passion.

I am so fascinated with every class of mine. Whether it be a course requirement class or a class for my major, I cherish each class that I take. Not only does it improve my knowledge basis, but it also can be used everyday. For example, Math is a requirement to graduate. Though it can be tedious for those non math majors, the skills can be used, perhaps not for your job, however the teachings can be used for taxes, or loan payoffs.

To me, any trade school or degree is one of the necessities and requirements for living a successful life. Knowledge is what replaces ignorance. Ignorance itself is harmful and can be avoided by earning any degree or certificate from a higher education.

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