Personal Reflection

A Look At The Year Ahead

I can’t predict the future. But I can plan in advance. So this is my attempt to look at the year ahead.

I’m currently in my second semester of my third year at university. That’s crazy. Still, I’m looking forward to being in fourth year. Even though I’d love to ace everything, I’m content with not failing anything.

Right now, I’m excited for the upcoming baseball season. I don’t know why. Unfortunately that also means I’ll be making a lot of bad similes and analogies.

I have no idea what kind of work I’ll find over the summer, but I’m hoping to find something. On my own time, I intend to keep doing what I love.

It should go without saying that I want to continue reading and reviewing books all year long. My wallet will hate me. But my brain won’t.

This blog isn’t going anywhere. I promise to be more creative and less repetitive. My aim is to create content I enjoy. Here’s hoping you enjoy reading my work. Let’s see if I can keep up with being a good blogger and commenting on blogs. Probably not but a girl can dream.

I never know where writing will take me. I lied. It takes me to magical places. As always, I have some fun projects in the works. I can’t wait to share them with the world.

Somehow, I start my fourth and final year of university in September. That feels so far away, yet too close at the same time.

I also plan to drive more once I’ve fully recovered from the accident.

What are your plans for 2018?

14 thoughts on “A Look At The Year Ahead

  1. I wish I could predict the future. Like you, I have so plans and I want to see if they all work out… or at least see how long it’ll take, lol.

    I think you have great goals in mind though. Will your fourth year at college be your last before graduating?


      1. Not necessarily. I had four years, just two years for each degree. All my credits from my first degree transferred over so my BA took me two years as opposed to four.


      2. My problem was that I knew I wanted to write and thought I was set. No one told me I could be a blogger, editor, freelancer, book publicist, and everything in between. That’s the hard part trying to figure out what branch of writing I want to mainly focus on, lol.


      3. I think that’s my problem too. For the longest time, I thought I could only be a journalist. But then I realized journalism isn’t for me. So now I’m trying to figure out what is.


  2. If the university system there is about the same as here in Texas, you are about the age of the students I currently teach. All of my students this semester are juniors or seniors at the University of Houston Clear Lake. They range in age from 19 (very precocious) to about 45 or so. We are about to start a few sessions on blogging, so I am happy to be passing along some advice on blogging and writing in general from someone their own age–YOU! (IF that’s ok) We have blogged in my Advanced Writing class for about the past two or so years now, and it’s a great deal of fun for all, plus an easy way to expand/develop one’s writing skills. If you have something specific to “say” to them, feel free. Tksx


    1. Yeah, I’m currently 20 years old in my third year of university. How fun. I took a blogging course in first year, and I enjoyed it a lot. I don’t mind at all. Feel free. I don’t have any specific advice at the moment. But if something comes up, I’ll let you know.


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