Sometimes, we loose ourselves in the lands of tunnel vision and it is only once we emerge from our lost state that we realize just how much we've missed.
I guess you could say this is exactly how I'd define the better half of my high school experience. From stressing about exams that I can't remember the topic of to breaking down at the thought of valedictorian speeches, I spent most of my high school career stressing about future failures rather than taking in the moment I was living in. This is one of my biggest flaws.
Being organized is one thing, but planning out 10 different possible ways you can fail at some thing that may or may not even take place... is a bit much.
So what did I learn from high school? ( I mean besides the loads of mathematical knowledge *dies laughing*)
Well I learned to let loose a little.
... Okay so I still write a list of things to do each morning and stress more about all the things that I have to do instead of actually getting them done and... I may still think of every worst case scenario before embarking on any adventure, but I think I've come a long way from my days of breaking down after loosing 0.5% on that physics lab I spent three whole days and nights doing. I've come a long way.