I always love a girly look and this is the perfect casual but still girly look. I am obsessed with this skirt and you will probably see it a million times on the blog coming soon. I did do a sneak peak of one of my girly looks coming to you on Monday on my instagram like a week or so ago. I was looking for just a plain pink flared skirt; since I already own a pink and white one and wanted a plain with no stripes and no prints. This is the one I found and I'm in love! If your looking for a cute girly skirt this is pretty much girly, i also added a couple more in the similar section so if it's out of stock theres some!
How I got my Associates in Physical Therapy Assisting in High School:
1) After 10th grade they asked me if I wanted to keep doing high school work or go to college...Obviously I said college.
2) If your high school has a tech center or something that is associated with a college like (SLCC-if your in Utah) then you can go there and do your college work.
3) I went to the tech center after 10th grade and decided physical therapy assisting would be perfect. It is now I want to be a doctor.
4) Going to get your associates in high school and transferring to a university half of your bachelors degree with be split in half since you got all the major "generals" out of the way.
5) When you start going getting ready to go to High School, check out if they have a program that you can get your associates. Sometimes high school's don't tell anyone and you have to find out on your own. Check out if they have a tech center or something in your state high school.
6) Sometimes you might have to do high school then go to college in the nights. Depending on how far you are with your high school degree.
7) When you go to the tech center they have tons and tons of different types of degree's or certifications. Like if you wanted to get your MA (medical assistant) you can get it there too. Here's the tech center info for Utah (here) also if your interested in going to college in High school check out SLCC's high school info (here). Make sure with your high school if it's appropriate to do this too. SLCC is pretty helpful and even with transferring to the University of Utah. I loved when I got my associates and then if you want to go to the UofU it's a piece of cake to get in; obviously if you have good grades too.