Hey, G.I. here,

Since this is my first post, I figured I would write a little bit about myself. I am a teenager who is currently in high school (but not for much longer). The school I go to is… well, justĀ imagine a normal high school population, except that all of the athletes, cheerleaders, and 99% of the average school population are taken out of the equation. What you would be left with is basically my school. It’s an entire school population, except it’s only made up of the “nerds” of a normal high school. And there’s nothing wrong with that, as far as I am concerned. However, people are still cruel to each other and are excluding each other all the time. This doesn’t mean that the school is terrible, though. No matter what high school you go to, this kind of thing is just part of the experience.

I get good grades in school, but the workload is so intense that it isn’t easy. You have to devote hours of your day to doing work to keep your good grades, and so you usually have to sacrifice things you want to do for things that you have to do. But that’s just part of life, taking responsibility and getting your work done. I’m hoping that one day, all of my work in school will pay off. I know it will.

The workload isn’t the only thing that can make school difficult. It’s also the cliquey-ness of school. High schoolers in general are like packs of wolves, forming distinct social groups which they use to do pretty much everything. We have all known each other for years, so it’s almost impossible to insert yourself into a group without feeling a little weird. I mean, I have some good, loyal friends at school that I’m very thankful for, but I’m not one of those people who has a huge social group. Sometimes I wish I did. I’m also an introvert and pretty reserved around people I don’t know. I also suffer from Resting Bitch Face syndrome, which can make some people uncomfortable who don’t know me. But I’m alright if you just give me a chance!

Well, this was just a little bit about me. Thank you for reading, and enjoy the site!