And it doesn’t get any easier.
Last week, around this time, I had a conversation that maybe was exactly what I needed to force me into action but really it just sent me spiraling down my mental/emotional hill. Pretty much the scenario is that I’m leaving my job in approximately two months, and I’m a stable person that needs to have her ducks all in a row before I make any major life changes. Well the person involved in the conversation was trying to be helpful and provide options that I may not have thought of, unfortunately instead, it really just kept highlighting the flaws I think of in my mind. Mostly because I have no idea what I am doing with my life.
Monday: I registered for the GRE and I officially selected my grad school program (and the 5 schools I’m applying to).
Oh my heavens, what was I thinking, I haven’t done math since 11th grade. And that was just first semester. So pretty much, I haven’t done a lot of school-esque math in about six and a half years and the book likes to use the line “and you can solve this problem just by looking at it.” Ummm, no…I can’t. The book is lying to me. I don’t like to be lied to, especially by a $40 prep book. :)