Before career day, I wanted to be a lawyer. I wanted to be a lawyer because I like explaining, or arguing why I’m right. I learned that it is important not to spend all of your money in a few minutes, or a few hours, and to buy all the important items first. You have to buy food, clothes, insurance, a car, a house, child care, utilities, and medical care. It's important to spend your money wisely.
At the reality store, I learned that it was important to value your money. You need to be careful not to get tickets, so you don't have to pay for them. You need to be able to take care of your family. I wouldn't want to have two different jobs. I would want to only have one job because it would be a long, and tiring day. I learned that being an adult is a lot of responsibility. You have to be able to pay for your kids, and everything they need. You have to be able to pay for groceries, your car, your house, medical care, and etc. You need to have everything that you would need until you would get paid from your job, or jobs.
In the afternoon, I had three different classes. My different classes were Social Media/Sports, Art and Communication, and Forensics Science. I learned that if at first you don’t succeed it’s not worth giving up because you can become better at it. You can get better at something if you try more than once, and don’t give up. A few more things that I learned were valuing money, spending it wisely, trying to make smarter choices with money, and I had seen a glimpse of what my future may look like. I learned there are multiple different kinds of art, and ways to communicate.