Today, I’m going to share with you a ballet dancer named Kayla, who is such an inspiration to children.
Although she was a professional dancer, she did not delay her study at all. She was a student with excellent performance in ballet.
Her story is inspiring and wonderful, And I hope my children can learn from the power of example: if you can become an excellent student in football, it is a hard and happy thing
Kayla, a 16-year-old mixed-race girl, practiced dancing 6 days a week for 5 hours a day, from preparing her own shoes and daily training to attending classes and doing homework at school. She got up at 6:30 a.m. and went to bed at 12:30 p.m.
Many people said, “This is too self-disciplined.”I’ve seen her daily routine, and it’s all caps!
At the age of 16, I can manage my life in perfect order. I know I can carry out the plan and raise a child. I will work hard in this direction
After all, it takes a chicken to go further (Heart OS: Old mothers can take a back seat earlier)
Every day is not easy, the important thing is to persevere
Kayla, who is of Chinese, Japanese and Cuban ancestry, studied modern ballet at the Westchester Dance Academy in New York.
This is a typical day in Kayla (I feel like Kayla is a real life mulan, ha ha ha)
Get up at 6:30 a.m., but set four alarm clocks ahead (too real);
Having a light meal of cereal and catching the school bus at 7:15;
In the morning at school.
For Kayla, the hardest course was basic psychology, and even the hardest, she still got a 92.
What’s the secret to high scores?Take a look at the dense notes.)
Stretch your muscles in the hallway between classes and relax
After school at two o ‘clock, Kayla eats before she gets on the train.Then she takes an hour’s train ride to a professional dance class.
The train is not idle, doing homework
The dance class is from 3:00 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. After class, Kayla will continue to practice for an hour.
It wasn’t until 9.30pm that she officially ended her dance practice and caught the train home.
On the way back, Kayla was still making up her homework
I usually get home at 11pm, so I’m starving and have a quick, easy dinner.
Then go on with your homework. (So American kids don’t have much homework at all.)
Go to bed at 12.30am and start a new day at 6.30am, still busy
It’s not easy to practice dancing and to do your studies at the same time. I can understand that.