I don't want to focus this year on the word trust in general, but particularly trusting in myself. All these years that I've been in secondary which requires a lot more work in classes, I stress a lot and work very slow. I end up finishing all my assignments and they are always well done. But do you want me to confess to you something? I do finish everything but I struggle every minute when I'm doing it because I don't have anyone at my side who can tell me if I'm doing it right or wrong. That actually bothers me because I always have good grades but I never trust my own work. I don't have a certain confidence on my own thinking which makes me want to check everything before I hand it in. This is not very bad, but believe me, if you put your effort to your work and trust what you are doing, then why would you have to work twice only checking, revising or even stress out? I think this year I'll end with it and I will have confidence in myself and my mind because I'm pretty sure I am a good student that in order to make my life easier I'll have to trust what I am doing so I can save time and free stress.
Is trust that important for you? Well I'm not saying that the trust you give to other people, but the one you give to yourself. For me, trusting yourself is way important. By it, you can be more independent because you think by yourself and not having to go to the teacher or someone to ask if what you're writing or doing is alright. If you trust yourself, you will be more relaxed instead of stressing out waiting for your turn to show to the teacher what you're doing knowing that you're running out of time. Also, if you have confidence in yourself, you will accomplish your tasks easier and quicker because you will do it immediately instead of just writing something and then erasing it because you are not very sure about. You have to have control of you're own mind and learn how to trust yourself in order to succeed faster or be advanced from other in your class.