PLOTTING A COURSE
Plotting a course for life after high school can be a daunting task. Although some people know from an early age exactly what they “want to be when they grow up,” that seems to be the exception, rather than the rule.
Many people drift into adulthood with no clear target. Others have a target — but aim too low. For instance, when I was in high school, my dad offered me this advice:
Learn how to type and you’ll never go hungry.
He gave that advice back in the 70s, in the days when IBM Selectric typewriters were cutting-edge technology — way before voice recognition had been invented. (Do you remember those days?)
Back then, if you wanted to see your words in print, first someone had to type them. Things have changed just a bit since then….
TO READ MORE ABOUT THE PROGRAM WE’RE USING TO HELP MY SONS PLOT A COURSE FOR LIFE AFTER HIGH SCHOOL, CLICK HERE.
Stacy Farrell helps parents equip their children to stand firm for truth in the midst of this crazy culture. She writes books on time management, motherhood, manhood, philosophy (Philosophy Adventure), and writing, but she considers her role as wife to Roger and mother to two precious sons as her greatest work. Find her @ HomeschoolAdventure.com.