what is the meaning of life?
When you are at your senior year, classes get easier and workloads just decreased. However, when I sat in the car alone, staring at the school. Wondering what was the whole point, after struggling for 3 years, there's a leap relaxation. And after that, you do it all again with college and work.
life-coach struggle question
Good Question - school can feel repetitive. it can feel useless. what it really does besides give you information and tools for your career, it creates behaviors that will follow you in your profession. It takes such a long time to make a behavior part of your daily life. The more you can build great habits during college the more they will transfer over to your career. You put that together with the tools they give you, the more successful you will be.
Stick to it! It is worth it, I know that senioritis can become agonizing but once you graduate, believe it or not, you will actually miss college/highschool (whichever you are in). I know that as soon as I graduated college I was sad but I was so ready to start my career and these past 10 months since graduation have been ones of so much exploration and growth. You will be happy once you get into the motion of your desired career, keep going!
I agree with Nick and Rachel. Think of college as a "means to and end". It shows that you know how to commit and finish a task. Even if you don't like every class, do your best. In your career everyday may not be great but, hopefully an employer will know that you can commit to giving that day your best just like you did with your coursework.