The investigation stage requires thorough examination in order to learn the exact natures of our challenges. Effective and comfortable solutions happen when we develop a stable plan and implement it. This requires brainstorming, visiting various sources, and performing individual research. Results need to be evaluated and compared in order to determine whether the plan is realistic and most suitable as a method. The sources will vary depending on each situation but are not limited when solving problems and issues.
My way of overcoming difficulties is putting aside differences and passing my judgment based on the facts rather than opinion. Biased feelings can get in the way of logical decisions when we limit ourselves from understanding all facts. By having an open mind, we can avoid pitfalls such as having impartial solutions or negative consequences. The sources that I have chosen, provide experience on what it is that I am being faced with, but are not the final say. I alone, have to work through the details, make improvements, and ultimately come up with a viewpoint of my own.
My problem is that I want to save money for a vacation that is three months from now. My best friend has chosen me to be her maid of honor and this is her way of having one last vacation with her best ladies before she becomes a married women. Money has been tight, but I really want to be there for her because she has been there for me countless times. Through asking other people’s experience I have gotten a solution as to how I can begin saving. One friend suggested that I pick up a second shift, however, with being a full time student and working crazy hours on my first job, that would make my life unmanageable.
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Another friend shared she would have to miss out on the trip but that was not an option for me. Finally, a friend shared how she had been successfully saving $25 per week as of 2 months ago, and I thought if she could do it then so could I. I would have to double the amount to $50 per week for 10 weeks to save up the goal of $500. Working out the details allowed me to sort through the problem, put actual numbers into the equation, adjust figures, and visualize the results.
In conclusion, saving $50 a week can be achieved in order to attend my best friends bachelorette party as long as I focus on priorties such as bills, food, and necessities rather than temptations such as eatting out or excessive shopping. My issue that I worked through dealt with not understanding the reasoning as to why gay marriage has not yet been legalized in every state. I am a proud supporter with gay friends in my network and do not see a just reason as to why it should be criticized.
The Internet was the best source for this issue because it allowed me to answer questions that I had involving the situation. For example, I classified our president Obama as part of the issue for a long time until I conducted research and found that Obama has been a proud supporter for over a year and has publicly expressed his views about it to our nation as a whole. I connected religion as part of the issue until I read that many churches have happily accepted gay couples in marriage and that many religious parties are also proud supporters.
The bottom line is that through my findings, I see that people (including our president) are actively working on correcting negative areas rather than provoking them. Instead of listening to negative voices, I can be apart of the solution by joining a cause and being a part of the supporting community. Positive results have already been enforced such as Delaware becoming the 11th state to legalize gay marriage and 5 more states expected to follow after. In conclusion, my decision is to focus my energy on the positive results that have taken place instead of exerting my energy into areas that are negative.
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