If i could change one thing about myself
A Narrative Essay “If I Could Change One Thing about Me” Xerishya Jonpaula G. Gorobao MKIT – 101 Prof. Chona Lajom If I Could Change One Thing about Me Settings: – At Home – In School Conflict: -When I do have a problem with focusing on my studies, and at home, especially to my mom. Character: – My family – My friends Thesis Statement: – Well.
Not to sound vain, but growing up, I was used to being good at everything did. More of a jack of all trades; good at everything, a master of nothing. (Jack of all trades, master at none, certainly better than a master of one.) I learned quickly, and was often told how talented I was, and was showered with praise. This sounds like a good thing, but.
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Teens would change the world by gettting rid of guns, gangs and suffering. I’d get rid of guns to save innocent lives 1st place $50 By Alan Anaya, La Puente HS This essay is dedicated in loving memory of Edwin Sanchez. Jan. 18, 1990 – March 26, 2005. Did you ever ask yourself, Am I going to lose someone I truly care about today? No one ever does.
I would exchange the shy side of me for the ability to appear more confident. Many people tell me that I seem shy and that I don t really have much self-esteem. I don t think this is true, though. I do believe in my own abilities, but I just don t show it off as clearly as some others do. I think my ultimate goal is to be humble but to appear.
If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be? And what are you doing to improve it then? Or if it s something you can t change, what are you doing to be at terms with that and not wishing things were different? Very nice question, Jessi. This is actually a very popular question especially in many local and international beauty.
If I Could Change One Thing About Myself If I Could Change One Thing About Myself Perhaps, one of the most unpleasant feelings one can experience in life is being discontent with oneself. Whereas we are prone to notice negative features in other people, we rarely turn our eyes on ourselves to critically evaluate our behavior or personal qualities.