At this age, we’re often haunted by the idea that we will never amount to anything. We worry about college and what we’ll do after, what we want to do with our lives and if we’ll be successful. We lay down on our beds, staring up at a blank ceiling, wishing we could so something important, wishing that your life was a lot better and then you’ll get upset and disappointed in yourself because with what you’re doing with your life at the moment, those haunting thoughts might come true. But what are you doing to actually make sure that you’ll end up having successful and happy lives in the future?
Instead of mourning all those days you’ve wasted being unproductive and not doing anything good for you or your future, get up and do something about it.
Open up your textbook and make an attempt at getting an A on your next report card. Don’t put things off for later because you’re too lazy — if you do, it might become a bad habit you won’t be able to get rid of and it might affect you later on in the future when you go to college or when you get a job. Lessen the time you spend on social networking sites and the time you spend doing unproductive things, but at the same time, make sure you do to turn into a workaholic; good grades and productive days are great — but if you don’t make time for yourself, you’ll regret it. Surround yourself with people who talk about ideas, who inspire you and who are good for you. Be yourself, you won’t get anywhere in life without originality and by pretending to be someone you’re not.
Help yourself as early as now. You’ll be thanking yourself in he future.