Growth Is Required

It’s hard to think about a career move with a high school sophomore.  We’re looking into universities, scholarships and concentrating on the current curriculum.  So, where would I have the time to think about what I want?  Now!  It’s the perfect time for me to consider my options for the future. One of my biggest desires is to go back to school and get a graduate degree.  I’ll be an empty nester in no time.  Hell, I’m practically one now.

Going back to school has been on my to-do list for some time.  Of course you all know that so much has went on in my life over the last few years.  However, that should not be an excuse.  I have put this off for far too long.  It keeps wearing at my mind.  I need to make an appointment to get my my facts straight and wrap my mind around going the educational distance for me.  With so many programs to choose from, I decided to stay with the school of business and work on a MBA.  I don’t have any lavish plans for my career afterward.  I’ve just always wanted a Master’s degree.

As I set my vision board up all of the things I’ve dreamed about and long for are present.  The one image that drives me up the wall and seems urgent is that post-graduate degree.  Everyone keeps asking me “why?”  My response is always the same – “because I should have it by now!”

As I accomplish items on my board, I’ll be sure to share with you.  What dream have you foregone and want to conquer in the near future?

1 Comment

  1. Wow!! I love your ambition and attitude. I’m so happy I found your post and blog. As a fellow Mommy and academic, I applaud and encourage you! You can do it! I finished my masters degree when I was pregnant and it was challenging, but so worth it! I am starting a consulting program for moms who are eager to get back in the game and need help. If you’re interested and need some advice, I’d love to help! I got my masters degree online through San Jose State University and so I have expertise on a program that is fully virtual. 🙂 feel free to message me! Good luck, mama!

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