This is a journey of finding yourself and how your loved ones see you in their eyes. Further, this can be online and carried forward to share, if you wish, to future generations. - See more at: http://joannfitz.blogspot.com.au/2013/09/the-book-of-me-written-by-you-topic-1.html#sthash.2TuO2bVu.dpuf
This is a journey of finding yourself and how your loved ones see you in their eyes. Further, this can be online and carried forward to share, if you wish, to future generations. - See more at: http://joannfitz.blogspot.com.au/2013/09/the-book-of-me-written-by-you-topic-1.html#sthash.2TuO2bVu.dpufThe prompt for the week is:
Clubs and Societies
- Do you belong to any?
- Do you have to belong to any?
- Are there any you belonged to and now don't?
- What made you join them (and perhaps leave)?
- What were they about?
- Do you have membership details of organisations that family members belonged to?
- What does it mean to belong to group / society / organisation?
To belong to a group, society or organisation means that you are with a group of people who have a common interest, bond or view of topics - unless you are family and then its a common ancestor you are related to and usually have common values.
In my lifetime, I belonged to many groups and organisations. Some where when I was in high school and it was due to high marks and standards (think honor societies), others were due to group who liked technology and business (Future Business Leaders of America), and then there were the sports or exercise.
In college, I was a member of (in different levels) and was the VP of the Computer Club (again common thing was technology and computers. When I was going to the SUNY or state university, I was accepted as a common member of the radio team, but that was only because I hung out with them on campus.
While I learned much about how to run the club like a business, how to organize and run meetings, and politics of it all, I also learned sometimes you just have to say NO. Why? Because I was running myself down and ended up really sick, and even at one point, threw my back out because I was constantly on the go. People came to see me and I had to fit them into the schedule - usually with a 10 minute chat which was sometimes fitted in while walking to class. My health - both physical and mental - was not worth it. I would try my hardest but I wouldn't put my health at risk even though I had to remember this lesson learned when I started work in 2006 as I started to get into the habit of just go, go go!
Below are some pictures from these clubs I belonged to.
|VCHS Honor Society listing names.|
|VCHS Pool aide manual that was used|
|FBLA voting delegate member|
|VCHS honor cords for honor society|
|National Honor Society sash|
|Computer club membership|
|Computer Club committee member|
|Winning OCCC Computer Club of the year|