City and State: Colorado Springs. CO
What motivated you to get your GED? I just feel like it is something that needs to be done. I am a stay-at-home mother. I had my first child at 17, and I never finished school. I want to be a good example to my children.
How have your friends and family helped you? My husband helps me.
What problems have you faced? I face never having time. Being a wife and a mother of two, it’s hard to find time to study. All that matters is God, and I pray that he motivates me to get this done.
What do you hope to gain from getting your GED? My hopes are that I pass. My goals are that I can stay motivated, so I can learn. What I will gain from getting my GED is feeling proud of myself.
Do you have more to your story? I am a mother and a wife. My oldest is seven and a half. I home-school her. My baby is two in May. I am a stay-at-home mother and love it!! I am a strong believer in Jesus Christ. He is the main focus in my life. He is the most important.
Getting your GED will be a great example to your children! Also, getting back into the habit of studying will help you with home-schooling them as well. It’s tough to find time to study when you’re so busy at home. However, it’s also easy to let the time get away from you. Set aside an hour each day that is reserved for you and your studies. Go somewhere where you won’t be distracted, and let everyone know that this is your study time. Sometimes we need to do this, and be strict on ourselves, or else we’ll simply never find the time. Good luck!
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