Personal Reflection

Looking At The Year Ahead

Today, I wrote my last exam for the fall semester. I can’t believe I only have one more semester of university left.

Classes start up again in January, and even though I’m excited, I feel nervous.

Exams finish in April. my graduation ceremony is in June.

After I graduate, I want to work and write.

I’m looking forward to what’s next. I feel like I’m already embarking on a new chapter in my life.

I don’t want to jump too far ahead because anything can happen between now and next year. But that doesn’t stop me from worrying about post-grad.

As much as I love blogging, I might publish less in the future. I’ve been trying to post every day in December, but I’m not sure what 2019 will bring. It’s going to be a year full of change.

I don’t see myself going back to university, at least not anytime soon. So I will try to pursue my dreams and see where life takes me.

I have every intention to keep learning and improving even after I finish school and start work. My goal is to become a better human being with each passing day.

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6 thoughts on “Looking At The Year Ahead

  1. Congratulations! I can’t believe you’re almost done, either. I hope your last semester is memorable in every good way, and that you’ll be champing at the bit when graduation arrives. 🙂

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  2. Here we are looking at the middle of January this coming week, and I am running so far behind I am commenting on your “Looking at the Year Ahead.” The irony! Just because you are not attending school, after graduation, does not mean you are not learning! Life/experience is the best teacher and she teaches us far more relevant things. My advice is graduate then learn and live and learn and live!

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