Finishing education is definitely on anyone's bucket list since it is a stepping stone to higher career choices and a better life. That said, your goal of finishing high school should be one of your top priorities.
Here's how you can do that:
Personalize Your Schedule – Since you are most probably already busy with adult life, whether it's family or a personal business, find ways to work around your daily activities to finish your course. Fortunately, there are several options for high school studies such as weekend and summer school classes online. Research on these academic offerings and choose which would fit your present lifestyle best.
Encourage Yourself – For every passing grade, remember to treat yourself, even if it's as simple as a visit to your favorite restaurant. Hang around people who would encourage you to persevere and avoid the naysayers for now. Keep a journal; fill it with motivating notes to yourself. Or better yet, use your social media site to post encouraging mottos and sayings just so you aren't the only one who gets a morale boost.
Plan Your Future – Having a life goal, with pre-requisite life plan to support it, is one of the best ways of keeping yourself focused. Create a short-term life annual goal and plan along with a long-term one. Take note of how your matrix would require your HS graduation. Create your financial and time management plans as well. Having these objectives in mind will make keep your mind clearer especially during a personal crisis.
There will always be difficulties along the way. But in the end, that is what makes the results worth it and fruits of your labor all the more sweeter. And as Bill Gates said, who happens to be one of the most successful high school graduates in American history, “Success is a lousy teacher. It seduces smart people into thinking they can’t lose.”
So if you fail just stand up and keep at it. The only time you really fail is when you quit.