If any of you know me in person, you will understand I can be one of the most indecisive individuals on the planet – especially when the topic is around food; what to eat, where to eat, how much to eat.
But something I have been flip flopping around for the past 3 years is choosing what to do for my degree. Now I didn’t finish college because I was a lazy ass child – my dad always tells me I’m smart but I don’t use my brain. Which sadly to say is true.
So 3 years ago I decided to start a degree in English Literature. Preparing to purchase all my books and start the pre-course assignments, I thought I was prepared. But then 3 weeks before my course started I decided that I wanted to do Maths instead. The general maths not specialising in anything in particular. So I called up and changed my degree.
I worked through I think 2 modules before having a grand, not really grand more rash, idea to study Business Management specialising in Innovation and Design. I started looking through the beginning sections of of the business side of the degree and then decided. No. Cannot be bothered with this.
So for the last year I’ve been mulling around deciding what I should do for my degree. I recently took the first part of my PBC – it’s a banking qualification for those who aren’t sure what I’m rambling on about – and passed it so decided i would buck up my issues and do something I’ll be good at. Which is maths.
So as of 3 hours ago I am enrolled to study Economics and Mathematical Sciences. This should be interesting. I’ve looked through the course material and it seems really decent so hopefully I enjoy it.
I’m of the mindset that if i don’t enjoy it i wont gt a good grade because my brain just wonders off – the many times during school when I’d start daydreaming about what I was going to watch when i got home and what I was going to eat whilst watching it.
The only reason I have this opportunity to blog today is because i’m laying down in pain in bed. Before anyone asks, no I don’t know what is wrong with me – and I don’t think the doctors do either. I have surplus 7 different tests now and nada.