Wasted Time, Wasted Life
Waste your time; you waste your life.
The Declaration of Independence says that people are created equal. Some may argue if that's true or not, but one thing is sure: we all have access to the same amount of time every day.
When we fail to control; our use of time, we create problems for ourselves. When you waste time, you waste your life. If you waste money, you can always earn more but not time.
Wasting time causes you to miss opportunities. Have you procrastinated on homework and your friends invite you to a party, but you can't go because you need to finish your homework?
"I coulda had class. I coulda been a contender. I coulda been somebody," this famous lament if spoken by Marlon Brando in the film, On The Waterfront tells of a decision of regret. If you waste your life, someday you will look back and wonder what could have been.
Using your time wisely means you put yourself in a position to reach your full potential. Every day allows you to move in the direction of your potential.
Following are some suggestions to help you use your time wisely.
Have a daily routine. Develop habits of behavior that will move you in the direction you want to move.
Next, give the vital things your best time. Do the things that will make the most difference early in your day when you have the most energy. Win early.
Lastly, choose a better way to waste time. Instead of using your time on social media, use this time to watch hitting videos. Defensive technique vidoes. Find a way to use your time in a way that builds you up.
I am not suggesting you not have a fun time with friends. That's equally important. I am suggestions use your time wisely, so you enjoy the life you want to live.
Make wise you use of time; you can be somebody. You can make a dent in this universe.
You can graduate from college and high school diploma with a GPA of 4.3. At the same time, being involved in ASB, sports at school, club volleyball, and service organization and have a job.
Well done Lexi, making the most of your time allowed you to change the landscape of what is possible as a high school student. Enjoy UCLA.
Listen to an oldie that will replay in your mind all day about Wasted Days, And Wasted Nights.