I agree with what Reesie says. Though, baby steps kind of work for a while too…happy FINISHING UP vibes go out to you!
ps, I’m tagging you for the Five meme. Hope you can play!]]>
u know… the working world is FAR different from academia, but i’m sure you already knew that. i didn’t take any time off between school and working, and i don’t regret it at all. work is much easier for me with no homework and not having to worry too much about tests. i guess, the tests are more crucial in working life, but i feel like it’s a different learning curve.
and whatever you do, don’t get too embroiled in the whole school exams thing! take some time for yourself to relax and then hit the books again.]]>
I went through the same thing in grad school - I was sick of reading writers writing about life. I was sick of writing about the life I was living reading writers writing about life. I was so glad to be out - and experiencing life. Academia definitely takes its toll.
Good luck on exams!
I don’t want to be a lawyer!]]>
Seriously. Just do it. Then you can figure out if you don’t want to do it for the rest of your days. It’s a stupid way to figure out where you want to go with your life. I don’t have any solutions, no one gave me any aside from doctor, lawyer, or engineer. Oh, there was architect also. I chose. . . something creative.]]>