Temi Ogunnoiki

September, the End of Summer

Hello people!

WELCOME CLASS OF 2020! WHOOOP! We're excited to have you here!

 Spot yourself!  Photo Credit: Calvin Orientation Board.

Spot yourself!

Photo Credit: Calvin Orientation Board.

Guess who's is back and hoping you all had a great summer?

It's the beginning of September, which means: goodbye shorts, hello scarves and goodbye very berry hibiscus, hello pumpkin spice latte! 

For those of you who may not know me, scroll down and do take a look at my blog, you'd learn a whole lot (about me and about Calvin) - hope you like it!

Anyway, as much as I'd always like to start the school year on a good note, I still get overly nervous and overwhelmed even before the semester even starts. So, I try to do the following things to keep my head in the game:

  1. Set REALISTIC goals for the semester.
  2. Start a new planner - always gets me excited.
  3. Find motivational quotes to keep me going.
  4. And something new I tried: Pick a Bible verse for the semester for those hard times.

Despite working hard, be sure to enjoy the school year, make friends and make the best memories!

Now I leave you with this: “Seven days without laughter make one weak.” – Joel Goodman