My eyes fluttered open, but the room was still dark. It was too early to get up. I sighed, adjusted my pillow, and hoped for sleep. Unfortunately, a lengthy to-do list bombarded my brain. I needed to finish reading modules, compile formulas and notes from college discussions that I deem helpful, research about a job, find answers for the endless list of questions in my planner, and the list goes on...
|Surprise! Graduation cake from our dorm-mates!|
I've been overwhelmed and worried by a lot of things ever since this new chapter of my life. I've spent four of my years learning, studying, and memorizing yet I still feel like a child fed with food and not getting the adequate nutrition that she's expected to have. Although I want to pursue a post-graduate degree, financial capability is hindering me from the things I wish to grasp. They say that education is the best investment for your future but is education alone, sufficient? We can't deny the fact that many companies prefer applicants coming from the top universities hence university names still and will continue to matter. I'm not saying i'm unsatisfied with the degree I earned nor the university I graduated in, in fact I'm very thankful for my hardworking parents for sending us to one of those top universities.
|Flaxseeds from Healthy Options. Delicious on your oatmeal. Healthy. But my mom took too much of it so it gave her a thyroid problem. Watch out for my blog post about this.|
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