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Project #3 - Financial Literacy

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FC: How I made my dream life. | ______________________________

1: MY DREAM LIFE | How I achieved | ____________________ | ____________________

2: ELEMENTARY TEACHER | Career of choice: | _____________________ | _____________________ | I have chosen to become an Elementary Education teacher because I love working with kids. They have a constant vibe of positiveness which is extremely good to be around. I've been told that I'm really good with kids as far as helping them learn something new, and looking after them. A teacher that I volunteered for said I have a natural talent with kids. I can't say I disagree. One of my first goals is to graduate high school, and I can start checking that off of the list! I'll be out of school in nearly a month and quickly beginning college. It's a step for me into the real world, and I'm willing to do anything it takes to become an Elementary Education teacher., | _____________________ | _____________________

4: HONDA CIVIC | _____________________ | _____________________ | STEPS TO DREAM CAR | One day when I was 12 years old, I laid my eyes on this car and knew it was the style I needed to have. Five years later, I still think the same. The Honda Civic 2012/13 model is my dream car. The 2012 model, which is more appealing to my eye, is in the price range of $15,755 - $26,305, depending on where you get it. Everything about it makes me love the idea of calling it mine. It's very good on gas, and has a lot of extra room. The monthly payment at a nearby car place is 450 a month. Every once in a while you'll have to replace the tires and obviously get a inspection. | _____________________ | _____________________

6: The Honors Program is designed to cultivate the talents, interests and scholastic aptitude of its students through an interdisciplinary approach to academic study. | _____________________ | _____________________ | MODERN VICTORIAN. | Modern Victorian houses have always been an interest to me. Even though a Studio Apartment is a very close second, the Modern Victorian always wins me over. The only drawback to owning a house like this is how expensive it is. They are usually very old, so you have to fix them up every now and again. Even though the house is way too spacious for me by myself, I would absolutely love to live in one anyways. Modern Victorian houses are expensive so the most common prices of payments are 890-900 a month, in different areas of the United States. | _____________________ | _____________________

8: _______________________________________ | VACATIONS. | The first place that I would love to visit is Canada. Luckily, It's right about us and I wouldn't have to take a plane if I didn't want to. The prices I need to keep in mind are: Hotel, Gas, Food, and spending money. So safely said, I'd save around $1,000 to go to Canada. Canada seems like a peaceful country that I would really enjoy. The second place I'd love to visit is New York City, New York. NY has the one thing that I love. Broadway. Yes, It's not the only place that has Broadway shows, but It's the most popular place. New York is closer than Canada, but would probably be around the same price. The third place I'd like to visit is L.A., California. It's all the way across the country, so the common sense way of getting there is flying by plane, unless someone likes to go on really long road trips. The price for this vacation would add up to be triple the amount of the others, mostly because everything seems to be more expensive over there. | _____________________ | _____________________ | _____________________

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