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.
I feel like I’ve done everything I wanted to achieve in school. I just need to graduate university in 2019, which I’m on track to do.
I’ve already declared my intent to graduate, and that fact is finally starting to sink in.
After I graduate next year, I plan to work. I will work hard.
I have all these ideas and plans, dreams and goals. I can’t wait to make them happen.
I love telling stories, so I hope I never stop.
I know my career is just getting started, so I have plenty of time. Still, I want to do everything right now.
Looking back, I’ve come a long way. Once upon a time, I entered the public school system not knowing a word of English. Then I went on to win an English award at my elementary school graduation. I even won writing scholarships in university as well.
I’ve accomplished a lot in academia, and I’m proud of my achievements. But I’m ready to move on to the next chapter of my life.
I don’t know what I’m doing post-grad. It makes me anxious just thinking about it. But everyone and their dogs love to ask, “what are you going to do after graduation?”
I keep changing my mind. I can’t decide. Still, I’ll try to summarize my goals for 2019 in a nutshell.
My last semester starts in January and ends in April. That’s crazy. I’m so close to being done.
The graduation ceremony is in June. I wouldn’t miss that for the world.
Afterwards, I’ll probably work. I have no idea what or where. Regardless of my day job, I still plan to blog and write as much as possible next year.
I’ve never spent entire days or an extended period of time working on my own creative projects. Perhaps one day, I can get to a point where that’s possible.
On my hand, I feel like I need to work all the time. On the other, I also need to live my life. I’ll figure things out.
If I want to go back to school, I will. If not, I can find a job. I’d love to travel too, see more of the world.
Whatever I end up doing, I will do my best. And whatever I end up not doing is probably for the better.
The older I get, the more scared I am to try new things. I feel like I need to stay in my own lane. But I know I won’t grow if I don’t step outside my comfort zone.
I don’t always know what I want to do. I have to try new things before I can decide if it’s right for me.
I’m the type of person who has no problem seeking out new opportunities like applying for a job, internship, etc. But I don’t always follow through. Sometimes I have a valid reason. But other times I back down out of fear. Fear of failure. That I won’t be good enough.
I want to be more willing to try new things. I don’t want to let fear stop me from following through on opportunities that could change my life forever.
I should stop making assumptions or jumping to conclusions. After all, I won’t know whether I like something until I try it.
Oftentimes when I have to make a decision, I weigh the pros and cons. Unfortunately, it’s easier for me to think of disadvantages than advantages. Then again, there are positives I might not consider until I pursue something further.
It’s easy to play things safe. I might as well take a risk while I’m young though. I have very little to lose. If I find something isn’t right for me, that’s OK. If I fall in love with it, great. But I will never know unless I give myself a chance.