Yes, you want to refresh tumblr and stalk your crush's Instagram rather than finish your essay about As one of the most unorganized people on the planet who was ridiculously unorganized in college, hear me out: Organization can make or break you in high school. Again, this is coming from someone who was incredibly disorganized in college. I loved soccer and played it after school with a local league In elementary school as well as middle school--I also played for my school's soccer team from 7th through 9th grade. Well, playing a sport turned into a new level is commitment and dedication that I just wasn't into.
Seriously, if you’re unorganized you won’t turn into a super organizer overnight, but there are little things you can do to make your life easier. I still loved the game, but enough to have to train all the time and travel on school nights and holidays, eh, not so much.
I was not going to toss that relationship away just because she was two years younger than me.
Now it’s time for high school, the big leagues, the so-called best days of your life… But before you dive headfirst into the world of upperclassmen and SAT prep, you should check out these 10 things you should know before you get started. Seriously, you think that you won't change much from middle school, but over the course of a year alone you'll change, your friends will change and some of your interests will change, too.
Honestly, even if you’re not having an existential crisis about starting your freshman year, you’re probably restless to get started.
But bottom line is don't worry about a year's difference.
If you really like her just enjoy the relationship.
You'll be experiencing very different things (college vs high school) but you should still be able to relate to eachother at this point.(Edit: I guess I thought I read that the girl is the younger and you're the older guy, but now that I look again you never said.
If that's not the case just ignore that assumption. Maybe these youngsters just want to actually do this stuff.
Know what's allowed and what's not so you don't get into trouble now or later on.
If things go bad, you can get charges over the smallest things without realizing it if you aren't careful.
The basic message still applies.): I have to be honest with you, I think the entire 'kids make mistakes' thing isn't helping. Just because it's a relatively new thing, doesn't mean it's wrong or improper. And before that about sex with anyone other than your loved one. And before that about sex for pleasure instead of reproductive reasons.