As the year comes to an end, I would like to start with a huge thank you to my sophomore year. I'll be going out with a bang. Although it flew by like everyone said it would, I learned who I was as a person and let absolutely nothing hold me back. I never would have thought I would another major, Spanish, which I love so so much. I did. I am so passionate about business, but also the Spanish language and culture. I can do anything I put my mind to, and so can you.
Not only did I learn more with my studies, I learned some of the most valuable life lessons that I will forever hold dear to my heart. I learned to be myself and to ignore it when people try to judge me. Life is too short to pretend to be something that you're not. Next, I learned to chase after my dreams even if I'm tired of running. Dreams will come true if they are supposed to.
The memories will last a lifetime. The smiles, laughs, and hardships have shaped and molded me. I feel strong, stronger than ever. Sophomore year pushed me past my limits and I cannot wait to see what the future has in store for me. There are always great things ahead of each and every person on this planet.
I feel emotional because it is halfway over, but I am so excited to have the people who love me around me in the next coming years, and see what they accomplish as well. I've learned how to know my worth and know that people should respect me. I learned to not expect too much from people! Don't settle for anything less than what you deserve. With that being said, cheers to junior year!
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