When I was in junior high, I thought high schoolers were the coolest people ever.
Then, in high school, I couldn't wait to be in college.
I loved my college years and had great times and met wonderful friends, but I was still anxious for the school part of it to end.
When it finally did in May of 2010, I was so relieved.
"I'm never going back" I thought.
Well, I just finished week 1 of graduate school and I don't think it's all it's cracked up to be.
Sure, I probably need to get a graduate degree for a better job or higher pay.
I just feel so unmotivated.
I feel like if I continue down this path that I hate, the next 2 years of my life will suck.
So, even though it's been just 1 week, I might end up postponing grad school.
I kind of feel like a quitter.
But at the same time I don't think it's smart for me to pay $30,000 for something I'm not 100% committed to doing my best at.
I'd rather just work.
And experience other things.
I don't want to spend every Sunday night trying to get all my homework done.
I feel like I'm not even giving grad school a chance, but the 20 minutes I've spent on my homework so far have felt like 2 miserable hours!
And I don't necessarily have to do it right now.
Maybe I should look at other options that don't require a masters degree.
I figure I can always go back, but I can't always get these years back.
I just want to do what I want to do whether it seems reckless or not.