” Kind words can be short and easy to speak, but their echoes are truly endless.”
Mother Teresa

a word can brighten someones day. when you tell someone something kind, it makes their whole day. It can be in the form of a compliment or in the form of advice or encouragement.


occupational therapist

Duties and responsibilities:

These therapists aide patients who are mentally, emotionally, or physically disabled adjust to handicaps and regain abilities to perform daily living and self care skills. they work as a team with physicians, counselors, and physical therapists. They design therapy programs and work closely with patients to observe them, help them, and monitor their progress. the therapists also frequently design special equipment to aid patients and help with their therapy and they teach patients how to adjust to work and home life after becoming disabled by injury or illness. Most of them are employed at hospitals and many work at nursing homes.

salary: $26,000 – 45,000


Students who want to become occupational therapists should take the most challenging high school math, science, and English courses.

All states require require either a bachelor’s or master’s degree that includes clinical experience and succesful completion of a national examination to become a certified occupational therapist.


I think this wouldn’t be a bad job and it helps people re-cooperate themselves and it helps others deal with life and it helps them continue their lives.


“The best way to predict your future is to create it.”
Charles Ketterer

We create what becomes of us. In a way, we pretty much determine our own fate for our selves. No one has any say in what we choose to do with our future but us. That’s why we all have different futures to live. all of our actions add up in the end to be who we are and what we did, so we need to choose what we do carefully because what we do today will be the cause of tomorrow.


nursing home administrator

Duties and Responsibilities:
Nursing Home Administrators plan and direct operations of nursing homes and long-term care facilities. They supervise personnel, financial, medical, and nursing administration.
Most work in nursing homes, but some work for large corporations that control many facilities. Some are also involved in teaching and researching.

Salary: $40,000 – $55,000

Education : Students should take courses in business, science,math, and English. Most states require administrators to have bachelor’s degrees in nursing, complete an additional internship program, and pass a comprehensive examination.


I wouldnt want this

100 goals progress

i actually am accomplishing my goals and im taking a few goals at a time. I have already done about 4 or 5 of them and its great. i read them almost every morning if i have a chance. Some of my goals weren’t impossible life consuming goals, but more of personal goals i wanted to achieve. I wanted to do good on my last year honors english essay and i got my results and i did pretty good, honestly better than i expected and im glad to have accomplished it. 

Student Success Statement

“Vision without action is a day dream. Action without vision is a nightmare.”
Japanese Proverb

You need a goal to set for all your work because if you dont have one, you’ll keep working and working and no goal will come off it. So you need to keep your goal ahead of you and you must act upon your goals, you shouldn’t just let it be a daydream.


Nuclear medicine technologist

Nuclear Medicine Technologist
Duties and Responsibilities:
Nuclear Medicine Technologists prepare and administer radiopharmaceuticals (radioactive substances) to detect and treat disease. They then position equipment over patients to make images. These pictures allow physicians to identify abnormal areas. This helps in diagnosing illness.
Nuclear medicine technologists explain these tests to the patients and administer radioactive doses by mouth or injection. They also perform laboratory tests on tissue samples. They must follow strict safety regulations due to the dangers of radiation effects to their bodies and organs.

Their work is performed in specialized hospital departments, clinics, or laboratories. Level of work performed varies depending upon level of training and education completed.

Average Salary: $28,000 – $42,000
Educational Requirements:
Students should take the most challenging science, math, and English courses available in high school.
Nuclear medicine technology training programs vary in length from one to four years. One year programs that lead to certification are offered by hospitals. Associate and bachelor degrees are offered in colleges and universities. Courses include training in safety, radiation procedures, physical science, effects of radiation to the body and organs, and computer techniques. Almost all states require licensing, and all technologists must meet federal standards for administering and using of radioactive materials.



I think its pretty cool to work with radioactive substances and it wouldn’t be so bad. The pay is alright.