Finals Week As Told By DJ Khaled

Finals Week As Told By DJ Khaled

"They don't want you to succeed."
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As the semester comes to a close and finals start, all college students could use some encouragement. A man of social media wisdom, DJ Khaled is the spirit animal in all of us.

1. Studying is the first step in getting through finals week.

2. When you finally look at your notes and think there is no way to possibly know all the information.

3. When you take a nap instead of study.

4. When it’s 1 a.m. and Domino's comes to the rescue when you just need some junk food to power through your all-nighter.

5. When you think of ways to possibly cheat, and then you realize you’re better than that.

6. When you want to keep your parents updated on finals week, but don’t want them to know about the mental breakdowns you’ve been having.

7. When you see your professor when you walk into the exam room.

8. When you give yourself a pep talk before the professor hands out the exam.

9. When you finish one final, and then remember you have one at 8 a.m. tomorrow.

10. When you hand in your last exam and realize it’s summer.

Stick it out! We're all going through it, and everyone keeps saying it will pay off. You'll never know if you don't get that degree.

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What I Have And Will Continue To Learn From Working With Kids

I always say that I will learn more from my students than they will from me, and I cannot wait to start that journey.

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I have loved kids ever since I can remember.

I was an only child up until I was 5 years old. Those years were great, but I spent a good amount of them laying on the floor, crying and begging my parents for another sibling.

Soon my sister came, then another sister and then my brother.

I loved them so much and wanted to do nothing but care for them.

My siblings made me realize how much I love working with kids, how much I love teaching them and how much I love learning from them.

I had the opportunity to help my dad coach my sister's softball and basketball teams. This was one of the best experiences I have ever had.

Throughout high school, I spent time volunteering in elementary classrooms, and any "uncertainty" I had about what I wanted to do with my life was gone.

The "uncertainty" was the fact that I maybe wouldn't get paid enough, I wouldn't be good enough or people would think I wasn't smart enough.

But I can learn more from kids than I could ever learn from my professors.

And I'm not saying anything against any profession. But we all have our things.

And mine is kids, mine is teaching.

Children teach me to take life a little less seriously.

They have taught me that you truly never know what other people are going through and we are all going through something.

Children will teach me to keep my patience.

They will keep me young forever.

Children have taught me to never pass judgment and always spread kindness

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