Class Bio Essay

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Hi my name is Julia Zastawa. I am 27. I just got married one year ago. Before I even started thinking about going to college, I was working at jobs that have no room for advancement. I was living from paycheck to paycheck. That was not enough for me. I wanted something more for my husband and myself.
So I started looking for something better than just working at Burger King (where I'm at now).
I looked at ...view middle of the document...

I found one after about a month of searching that I liked. That was University of Phoenix. So now I'm ready to start my classes with University of Phoenix. I am excited about this next step in my life. It is a important step and one that I am ready to take.
So I hope that with my degree, that I can get a better paying job. Something that is more steady and something that I love. I really love kids and watching the light in their eyes when they get it when you are teaching them something. I have 9 nieces and nephews that I have taught all their numbers and colors. It was very rewarding to see them understand what I was teaching them. That is what I want to bring with me when I get my degree.
On a more personal note, my hobbies are reading, writing poetry, I have a huge porcelain doll collection, and I have one cat named Garfield . He's a big baby! He actually looks like the cartoon Garfield the cat lol! I prefer to be called Julz. I live in the Eastern Time Zone, and I can be reached any time after four pm my time. My home phone number is 814-943-3658. I can also be reached by e-mail at

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