Hello everyone! I'm Will Nash
I've just turned 16, and am currently enjoying life to the full. My life could not be any better at present. I live in a nice house with a nice family, I have loads of great friends who will always look after me.
Many people say I am very mature for my age as I don't go to parties that involve alcohol, but I say this is nonsense. I'm here on Earth to have a meaningful purpose and inducing myself with poison at such an early age will not help this what so ever. This does not mean that do not have fun, I am a very sociable guy who enjoys being with people, I mainly just play sport with my friends or go to the cinema. This is enough for me.
I just don't enjoy going out for the fun of it, whilst destroying my body in the process. I would say I am friends with everyone, there is nobody I know of who hates me, and I have never made an enemy. I feel that I know everyone, I am not nervous to be around new people and I love to meet new characters, variety is the spice of life is what I say.
The near future looks rosy, with me taking part in a World Challenge Expedition to Thailand and Laos, where I will get to meet loads of new people, and share new experiences with them. The expedition will be 4 weeks long, which will include trekking, helping local communities and enjoying the fruits of a different culture. I am currently in my last year of GCSEs, and am working hard to achieve those most important grades.
The future of me inside my own head is very clear, I want to become a surgeon, and failure to achieve this has never entered my head. I want to be able to help people in my job, going into the medical profession will allow me to do this, as well as explore the wonderful world of science and innovation, which has always interested me. I understand that becoming a surgeon will take so much hard work and dedication, but to live your life you have to put the effort in, and working in such a newly developing field will present its challenges and moments of excitement.
In sport terms, the activity that takes up many of my hours after school is triathloning. One of my long term goals along side becoming a surgeon, is the completion of an Ironman, a long distance triathlon event. The sense of achievement from doing one must be so immense, and I urge anyone who wants a challenging goal to consider it.
I hope you all like my waffling post on my life, I am very sorry for going on...
If there is anyone out there of a similar age to me, who feels the same way about peer pressure, then I would love to hear from you. It would be great to speak to someone who feels the same way.
Good Luck everyone with the '21 days to live a healthier life'!