Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Question of the Day

If any of you are juniors in high school, then you know how tough this year is - depending on your classes, of course. Obviously I had to go be the idiot that I am and stress myself out with Honors and AP classes, as well as an after-school activity EVERY. SINGLE. DAY. So y'all know how busy I am. Which is why I ask you to please not get bored with my blog for the days when i don't post anything new (like I haven't for a few days now) because I just haven't had the time. Trust me, I'd much rather be on my blog for an entire day than go to school and do the stuff I do, but, if I want to go to a good college, I basically have to fry my brains out this year trying my hardest like I've never before. Except that before this year, I've always thought I gave all I had into school and being a good student, and now because of the workload, I feel like I should've done more. 

So here are two questions of the day for today: 

#1: How do you know if your best is truly your best?  AND 
#2: How can someone do better than their best? 

Your answers are greatly appreciated. 

These questions are on the serious side. Don't worry, I"ll also post some funny ones when I think of it later (like, tomorrow). Because now I"m logging off and going to sleep. it's 10:43pm and I'm tired. So good night, and don't let the bed bugs bite.  

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