Drop Everything And Read Day 2021 is on Monday, April 12, 2021: In recent times prices have dropped on everything?
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Oil is somewhat cyclical. When Bush proposed drilling offshore, oil dropped more in one day than it did in the history of oil trading. Shipping container rates have not dropped as much as you suggest. Interest rates have marginally dropped some places in the world, and moderate increases in others. All inflation driven. Ten years is too far out. The world has gone into a recession, and the US technically is just entering it. This recession will be shortlived, we will have a short rally, but then deep recession, probably heading to depression, from what I am reading. Prices have mainly dropped because of supply and demand. Oil has shrunk wallets, supplies are high, prices have dropped to clear inventory. Oil is the main culprit.
dropping out of college?
I don't recommend dropping out. Having a college degree will be a huge asset to your life! Many employers prefer a college degree just to know that you can see something through to the end and that you have the drive and motivation to get the job done.
Maybe if you're having trouble handling the amount of work try decreasing the amount of credit hours you're taking per semester or consider going part-time. It can be difficult handling so many classes at once so maybe a lighter course load will help you out. It also seems like you might benefit from the help of a counselor a guidance counselor can help you make a plan for graduating that works for year and help you feel more confident and a general counselor (which many schools offer for free) can help you deal with the stress you're feeling.
Stick in there though, maybe try to get a tutor (many schools also offer those for free). Also organize everything on the course syllabus in a way that you can understand and follow it as soon as the course starts so you have less of a chance of getting lost or confused later in the semester.
Would you read this story?
No. And I read everything I can get my hands on. I definitely would not let my children or grandchildren read it. HOWEVER, you have great form and outline and the subject matter is one we struggle with daily. Maybe you could re-write this book in a more positive frame to teach children about obesity and the health issues that go with it as well as peer pressures that they could learn from. Now that would be a best seller. And you would have it going on!