Around this time last week, I graduated from university with my second degree in Master of Communication (Public Relations)!
I used to feel so lost after finishing my last paper of university, and now I STILL feel lost but at least I have my masters degree! Still doesn’t change the fact that I’m jobless, although, it feels great to have accomplished something I worked so hard for for 2 years!
Safe to say that 2 university degrees are more than enough in one’s life time. I’m officially done with studying and university. I’m glad this is the last graduation my parents ever have to attend to because it’s like 3 hours long and nobody wants to sit and wait for everyone’s names to be called out.
Today was such a good day. Not only was the weather on my side, sunny but breezy, but also today I got to graduate with my best friend, lover and partner in crime! Making memories and milestones along the way with this one 🙂
I used to be so jealous when all my friends went off to study in The United Kingdom and I had to wait half a year because my course did not begin until after the new year in 2012. My friends would all be making new friends and have something to do like going to classes or going out, and I would be stuck and home and sulking as I scroll through my Facebook. But those dog days are over, and I didn’t even know why I was so so eager to start uni, I guess the fact is that I didn’t want to start late which meant graduating late as well. But in life, I am the only runner in my own race, and life really about the journey and not necessarily the destination (that went deep, real quick!)
So at the moment I’m taking a few months off to decide what I really want to do with my life… and I still haven’t the slightest clue. I started my travels early November and will be hopping around a few more countries, some old and some new ones, up until end of April. So that’s a solid 6 months I must say, and then after that it’s job hunting time in Melbourne. So that’s basically my life plan at the moment, or for the year at least. I’m not one to plan my life journey because I don’t want to be disappointed if I don’t achieve what I once set out to accomplish, so I like ‘going with the flow’, and that care-free and easy-going life.
But right now, it’s a blissful life and I’m on a roller coaster that only goes up!
Isn’t my title of this post just the funniest? I’m so punny.
Post-graduate, peace out!