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I'm 18. Back in high school, about three months ago, I lived in a comfortable house with a comfortable family and went to a comfortable school with comfortable friends. Everything was easy and predictable.
And now I'm in college and I don't know how to grasp being fully independent. All my comfortable things are not at my fingertips anymore. Who do I want to be? College is for finding yourself, right? Why can't I seem to answer that question?
Now don't get me wrong, I'm up for the challenge, but It's hard to stay motivated when you don't know where you're headed.
Engineering? Business? Pre-Med? Eduction? What am I doing...
You work in high school to go to college to get a degree to get a job. I have the work ethic, the drive, and I have passion. But for what? Why does everyone else know and not me?
This feeling of indecisiveness allows me to pursue all of my academic passions, like art and history, but also pushes me to make a hurried choice. I feel a societal expectation to know and to be confident in this choice.
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My mother knew she wanted to be a part of a marketing team for a company since she was a freshman in high school. I admire her ability to identify a specific demographic and cater to their buying tendencies. She's always had that.
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