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Phoebe Nyugen, Vietnam, Writing III

When I am learning English, I need to remember the expression “cross one bridge at a time” because I always worry about what I will be learning in the future instead of focusing on what I am learning now. To stop my anxiety, I should study and practice the current lessons until I understand them. Little by little, reviewing what I’ve learned, I should not hurry to learn new lessons when I’m not ready to understand them yet. It just wastes my time and makes me confused and nervous.

Anyway, “to cross one bridge at a time” will be a good expression to remember so I don’t worry too much about the future. I need to take the steps in front of me and trust I will be able to cross that future bridge when I get there.