New Series: What I Learned in High School

As most others do, I was thinking very deeply about various things whilst in the shower today. I got around to thinking about blogging here, and how before school actually starts it may be hard to write posts worth reading every single day leading up to it. So I came up with the idea to start a mini series of blogs called, “What I Learned in High School.”

This obviously isn’t going to be about how I learned of matrices or WWII, but rather about the pieces of wisdom I’ve picked up through my tribulations, achievements, and overall more general experiences along the journey of 4 long years.

(Feel free to comment if you would like to inquire about something and/or ask a specific question! Also, leave some commentary on whether you agree with me, or perhaps even disagree!)

This was an idea inspired by a recollection I had earlier today as I visited my high school to get my diploma and awards (OFFICIALLY GRADUATED! P.S AS A PRIOR SENIOR CLASS PRESIDENT PLEASE DON’T FORGET TO PICK UP YOUR DIPLOMA!). As I walked the halls, I thought of all of the stomach-grabbing hilarious moments, the still tear-jerking occurrences, and everything in-between, and I reflected on how I grew in the past years, and what I had learned. With that being said, I hope you will like my new “series” that will start tomorrow :)

About Phoebe Kim

Hello fellow bloggers! My name is Phoebe Kim, and I am an incoming freshman in college this year at Seattle University. A couple facts about myself: - I am from Salem, Oregon - I am 100% Korean in blood but I can fluently speak, read, and write in both Korean and English, and I dabble in Spanish as well! - I am super ordinary, and am very excited to blog here!!!

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