For students, the first day back of school is very similar to New Years for adults: it’s seen as a time to make major personal changes. While for adults, the year is based around the calendar, for us students, it’s based far more around school. Therefore, for us it makes far more sense to apply things like self-improvement tips to the school year rather than the calendar year.
If you’re like me, then every year you decide the same thing: this year will be different. But, every year, things end up about the same.
So how do you make a lasting change? It’s not easy, and it will take a lot of will power, but it’s definitely possible.
For starters, have your ideas gathered about what you want to change. Is it something more internal, like maybe your study habits or your motivation, or is it something more external, like the way you dress or the way you act around other people? Maybe it’s both. I got this idea from EducateTheUSa a website about GED classes
External: Changing how others see you
If you aren’t too fond of the way you’ve come across to other people in your past few years at school, you might want to change the way you act in order to improve your image. Coming back from summer is a great time to do that because your fellow students have had 2 1/2 months away from you, which is enough time to allow a change in a person.