NaBloPoMo: Q is for Questions
For the month of November, I’ll be participating in NaBloPoMo. This means a blog post every single day! To give myself some help coming up with 30 posts, I’m going to follow a pattern. Monday through Saturday each week, I will blog on a letter of the alphabet; Sundays will be whatever I come up with! You can read all my NaBloPoMo alphabet posts here and the Sunday posts here.
Questions – I’ve got a lot of ’em!
In three weeks (THREE WEEKS!) I’ll be done my bachelor’s degree. In the last few months, I’ve written a lot about my uncertainty about my future. Well, that’s still around.
What comes next?
How quickly do I have to figure it all out?
What do I want? What do I need? How am I going to balance my wants and needs?
Do I need more formal education? Am I right to think that I can always go back to university later in life, if I want to change career paths or get more education in sociology? How can I make sure that education (in some form) remains part of my life?
And those are just the tip of the iceberg! If you had asked me, five years ago, if I thought I’d have all the answers by the time I graduated, I would have said “duh, of course!”
Now, I have even more questions than I did five years ago! The reality of adulthood continues to slowly set in, and my uncertainty about what I want hasn’t gone away.
I know that I have time to figure it all out, but I’m impatient and I hate uncertainty. I want to know what comes next, what my next step is.
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