The first obvious answer would be to make a living and make the cash. Rev. Run’s currenty quoted something (via Twitter) that nearly made my have a change of heart and made an instant knock of sense in my head. He quotes, “Do what you love and money will follow.” Do what I love? and money will really follow?
I have a passion in life. I know it is my passion. I’m obviously terrified to pursue this type of career because it’s the complete opposite of what I finished in my 4 year undergrad. If I think practical, why would I be afraid if I know I can be successful? Yup - we do face dilemma’s like this— situations that present the answer right there (for others) but extremely complicated for me.
I know things will not be easy, but what start is easy? The question is: will this all be worth it in the end? I think I know the answer.
HELP ME GET STARTED.
The week after my Undergrad convocation, many thoughts about what I wanted to do with my life crossed my mind. It still hasn’t hit me; the fact that I’m done with school. Although I have completed my undergrad, I feel as if I have not fully fulfilled my mission. I want to go back to school and complete my MA. (lately) i’ve been waiting for miracles to come to me. I need TO DO something and make something out of my life if I want to accomplish something.
I’ve completed on many unfinished business which I would like to have completed by this summer. Before I forget, I think an non-harmful list will be a good reminder for me.
1. Research on a school for my MA
2. FIND OUT what I really want to do. (special education? start a completely different degree in interior?)
3. Paint half of the house!
Hopefully, by the end of this summer, I’ll have all of this accomplished or figured out. I think i’ll keep a tab on this post and reflect on it by the end of the summer :)