Isn’t it great how we learn to be independent in everyday living? Did you know that everyday living consists of topics such as getting ready for the day and ending your day with peace? My everyday living consists of school, finances, food, careers, transportation and health.
I start off my day by getting up in the morning ready for school. I get up at six o’clock a.m. and take a shower because I believe odor forms in the night while we are sleeping. So for me, it’s best to shower in the morning. After my shower, I get dressed, eat breakfast, brush my teeth, grab my backpack and head out the door.
When I get to school, I get my homework done and study for tests. Once a semester, I talk to my Guidance Counselor about possible classes to graduate with a 4.0 GPA. On days that I’m not studying, I take time to find a job to do involving school. If I could get a job at school, I would want to be a teacher’s aide. At school, I eat the lunch I’ve made in the cafeteria. In my spare time, as soon as I am finished with my work, I go to the gym and workout.
When my day at school is finished, I take the bus home. As soon as I get home, I get ready for my second job outside of school. The job that I work at is working in a public library. At that job, I help people check out books, and help them find them on the shelves.
Before I go to bed, I have dinner. Usually, I find a recipe and cook that type of food. Whatever I cook, I eat for dinner. I enjoy cooking because when I was in middle school and high school, I learned how to cook by taking cooking classes. The food I enjoy making the most is rice, chicken, and veggies. When I am done cooking and eating, I clean my spot and the kitchen. As soon as I am done, I brush my teeth and get ready for the next day. Then I head off to bed.
In conclusion, I now know that everyday living begins with starting my day off right. I know that when I wake up in the morning I am ready for the day. Just how do you start your everyday living?