Nicholas Karr – Day 2

Today was a mixed day for me in terms of Franklin’s virtues and by all other measurements. I suffered from some of my previous choices in order and a miscalculation of how long it would take me to complete test reviews, so I stayed up very late. It was still a good use of industry, however. That virtue was also involved in the entire school day, which required a lot of it. I excelled at a difficult test, completed cybersecurity challenges, and constructed robotic field pieces. I hope to continue that trend of industry over the next weeks. I also did well with flexibility because I had to cooperate with others during a game club. Order was still the most impactful virtue to me today and I still need to improve on it.

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3 thoughts on “Nicholas Karr – Day 2”

  1. I’m so impressed at everything you’ve accomplished today. That sucks that you had to stay up late, but at least it payed off! Love how you looked at the positive end of everything.

  2. I really hate staying up late for school work too, but sometimes it can really pay off especially if you were studying for a test like you were. I think it is especially important for your resolution to be resolved to only solving this issue. Despite this setback, I am glad to hear about all of the other successes you had today.

  3. I really hate staying up late for school work too, but sometimes it can really pay off especially if you were studying for a test like you were. I think it is especially important for your resolution to be resolved to only solving this issue. Despite this setback, I am glad to hear about all of the good things that happened to you today.

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