[nabs-l] college parties
jfranks at nfbtx.org
Thu Aug 25 15:37:05 UTC 2016
yes,performing well in College is vital and very important. One should
focus a significant time to their studies and coursework. However, we
must be cognizant of our own mental and physical awareness. If we
spend all of our time focusing on our schoolwork, that is a
prescription for burnout. We as College students need to balance into
our lives time for self-care. Whether it is exercising, spending time
with friends, going to the movies or any other type of activity that
is geared to increase our happiness positively is vital to our
success in College. Ultimately, it is up to you if you want to attend
this College party. College is not only a time for academic growth and
success, but it is a time to make friends, take part in new
experiences that will help mold us into positive leaders in our
careers and if you are involved in the NFB, leaders in the Federation.
Whatever you choose to do, I wish you and everyone success in their
academic and future careers.
Jonathan Franks BSW
National Federation of the Blind of Texas
Texas Association of Blind Students
On 8/25/16, KENNEDY STOMBERG via NABS-L <nabs-l at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> All of that said, some people would argue that parties are kind of just a
> part of the college experience, and that you should experience that. I'm not
> big into parties myself, but if you want to give it a try, go for it!
> College is for trying new things. That said, if you do go to a party, be
> smart about it. Make sure there's a friend who always knows where you are
> it's sort of generally. I would recommend this for anyone regardless of
> their amount of sight. Regardless of whether you decide to go to parties or
> not, remember that well academics is of course extremely important, having a
> social life is good. I learned the hard way that without a social life, you
> sort of go insane. :-) Good luck!
> Kennedy Stomberg
>> On Aug 25, 2016, at 8:35 AM, amazing tech via NABS-L <nabs-l at nfbnet.org>
>> I would stay away from parties focus on graduation. Tell yourself that
>> earning a degree is more important.
>> Aaron Linson
>> CEO Linson Productions.
>> CEO Blind Faith Project
>>> On Aug 25, 2016, at 9:24 AM, Zachary N. Griego-Dreicer via NABS-L
>>> <nabs-l at nfbnet.org> wrote:
>>> I am here for academics and athletics there is a goalball team that I'm
>>> a part of too! What typically happens that this kind of party?
>>> Sent from my iPhone 6 Using VoiceOver
>>>> On Aug 25, 2016, at 07:10, roanna bacchus via NABS-L <nabs-l at nfbnet.org>
>>>> Many people go to college for different reasons. For me it is all about
>>>> the academics and social life comes afterward. Yes I think you should
>>>> politely decline this invitation. It would be helpful for your sweet
>>>> mates to have contact information for your host family.
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