How to Transition from School Life to Adult Life

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It is said that for a child, the school is his or her second home and the parents, teachers and administrators are like the second parents.

A child or a student spends at least eight to ten hours a day in school. In the more than a decade stay of a person in school time spent in school is like a third of the lifetime of an eighteen-year-old.

From the first day of school to the school fairs and the graduation day under the school canopy, a child will forever remember and cherish memories from when he or she was in school.

Looking Back

When you reach a certain age where you are already working and experience the hustle and stress of the working environment. It is easier sometimes to just look back at times where everything was easy. School life is one of the fondest memories for some.

People often look back at the school fairs where bespoke booths were installed on the school grounds or when a school canopy is set up to house the crowd during graduation day for seniors.

These are the moments; these are the times that help people forget the strains of adulthood.

Learning Experience

School and the education system, in general, teach us a lot of practical and useful things in life. Apart from the curricular activities, the extracurricular activities help students balance their lives.

The school system also teaches people that in life there is always a time for a change and a time to move on. As humans, we cannot go back in time and relive an experience on loop. Though, looking back at past achievements is a good thing to motivate us when we are down. It does not mean that we should get caught up in the past.

In school, we graduate, we step up, and we change. The same is true in life and adulthood. However, the choice is now with us and no longer with teachers or parents.