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It feels like I have to choose between what will make money & offer health benefits and what I like or want.
Instead of sitting worrying and pondering the question “what should I do,” I should try doing things I want to do. Finish writing articles. Finish interviews and stories. Complete, perform, & record songs I want to share.
It’s time to start. Every day can start right now.
Interesting article on various changes in the music notation software community. The author includes his point of view as a professional engraver/copyist.
I am taking the GRE–the general graduate school exam–again and applying to doctoral schools in the United States. I studied this time, so I hope my exam scores improve. They were alright before; however, I would like them to be better. While it has been difficult to make myself study for the exam, I think even my medium amount of preparation will help. Now, I will remain calm and apply the skills I learned.
I still don’t know if applying to doctoral school is the best course for me, but I would like to try. Doctoral school would allow me to use my research skills to a fuller extent than now. I would (hopefully) be paid to learn about topics I love during my time in school and after. Also, it would be cool to have people call me “doctor.”
I am working on implementing my daily success plan. I can now wake up at 6am–a feat I never thought possible–and accomplish some of what I want. Now, I am working on completing tasks in a timely manner. It is taking alot of effort to stay partially on track. Moving completely onto it will be even more problematic. I keep reminding myself to rip off the bandage and go for it. It is easier to work once you start.
I am taking the GRE graduate exam again next week. I feel more confident because I am more prepared now than I was five years ago, when I took it for the first time. However, the past couple of weeks have been difficult. It’s hard for me to focus on studying. I want to do other things, like cook or exercise or watch shows online. I need to study. I also need to clean laundry and my house. In turn, I have continued spending my weekends with my boyfriend and other friends. I live where everyone parties, which makes it especially arduous to remove myself from party situations. My aunt has been living with my mom for almost a month, so I don’t feel comfortable going there, either. I didn’t before because, when my mom and I are home together, I feel obligated to visit with her. I like visiting; however, I would also like a place to study without people bothering me or my conscience.
These are all valid excuses; nonetheless, they remain excuses. I have until next Thursday to study. After that, I cram for two broadcasting conference presentations. Ready steady go!
Michael Crichton worried about making a living as a writer, so he attended medical school. He wanted to make a difference in the world. I may not always agree with his views, but I enjoy his work and admire his dedication to his crafts. Also, he wasn’t afraid to change his path over and over.
Official Michael Crichton bio