I have finally finished the last of my schooling. Not all my grades are posted, but I know enough to know this was my worst semester. Luckily, it was my last and I still passed!
Do I really get to call myself a historian with just a bachelor’s? Or do you have to have a master’s to have any sort of title like that? I like to think I’m a historian.
I think pregnancy affected my grades some. But also the fact that I’m more of a creative writer than a logical one. Too bad I find history way more interesting than English. I guess that’s why they tell people to find what they’re strong at and go for it instead of going for what interests them. Had I just gone for the thing I’m best at I would have been done with school ages ago. But isn’t it nice to challenge yourself and learn something new that tickles your fancy?
I don’t think I’ll be going for a graduate degree. At least not anytime soon. It took 6 years for this mom to get a 4-year degree. Honestly, though, they shouldn’t call them 4-year degrees anymore. Doesn’t it take on average like 5 years to finish a bachelor’s? I think 6 years is even considered average. I think I’ll take some academic time off.
I have taken up instructing paint classes and I can now focus on my lil business. Maybe soon my lil business will be all I need. I’m excited to see where I can take it now that I have the time to focus on it.
I do have the little one due at the end of June. I’ll be busy, no doubt, but I’m happy that I’ll be busy. I can’t let idleness take me over or I might end up thinking too much and getting anxious.
But before he comes along, I’ll be pretty inactive physically because my body is so exhausted and uncomfortable. I can catch up on some fun animes and books when I’m not working (I’m very very part-time).
This post was a very rambly one. Hopefully, I can get back into writing some decent blog posts soon too. I’m so excited to see what I can do with my new freedom!