Hello everyone! Make sure to take some time over the next week to start those final projects. The end of the semester will be here before we know it.
Troy was hard at work on his art project at this time last semester as I am sure you all were. Take the time to power through and get the grades you want this spring.
We talked about our goals we set at our last wing meeting for the year. Most of us made our goals, and for those who did not we helped them find ways to try and reach there goals. Remember you must return lofts on the 5th of MAY. I will be putting up check out sign shortly so keep your eyes open.
A group of residents and myself went a speaker for the CJ department and he was fa-nominal. The speaker talked about his fears and how he over came them. Then he goes on with his presentation by explaining how some people live fear free, and others live fear full. My residences thought it was interesting that people who live fear free are more likely to be successful, than people that live fear full. I know that the speaker motivated me to face my fears and become more successful and I hope my residences feel the same.
Hey guys the blood drive is this week. If you are looking for more information on the blood drive go look at my awesome new bulletin board hanging next to the water fountain. Dont forget you can volunteer to help out as well.
What goes along with the new year? Easy new goals. This board explains how to make a proper and attainable goals using the SMART method. The space background is there to remind residence that every goal can be obtained it just takes time and effort. For the 4west residences remember your goals that you want to accomplish at last years reflection and goal setting meeting.
I asked the residences to write down their goals for this year and next semester, we will be reviewing them at the end of next semester. The residences enjoyed writing them down so they could work toward the goals.
The residents of 4 west put wrote on the meme stating what they #DontEverGiveUp For. They did this to remember what makes them who they are.