Three more weeks and the school semester ends. Three more weeks and I will finally be a college graduate. Three more weeks and my spare time is all my own to do as I please. Three more weeks and I can start spring cleaning. My house looks like a pig sty because I haven’t had to time to clean properly. Three more weeks and I will start shopping for a nice outfit to wear on graduation day in June. Three more weeks and I can get back to regular blogging. Three more weeks and I can get back to watching great vintage movies. Three more weeks and I can spend more time on my daily spiritual protocol. In the meantime I really have to get back to my studies, but life sure feels a lot lighter already.
I decided to delay graduate school. This past year of school has been over the top for me. My first year of returning to school was great because school was like my job. I got up every morning at 5:00am, took my bath, had breakfast, and recited my spiritual decrees. Starting at 8:00am I studied and wrote papers until around 4 or 5pm. Since getting a full-time job school became more like a drudgery that I had to do every day because of the lack of time. It has been hell, and now that I see the light at the end of the tunnel, graduate school is not looking so good to me right now. I decided to give it a year and then see how I feel about it, but I just cannot do grad school in September. I need time to not only relax and do fun things, but I need to re-evaluate what direction I want to go in. Earning my Bachelor of Science degree is a great accomplishment in itself, and I do feel that it is enough just in case I decide to stop here.
Going to college full-time and working full-time is not something I would ever recommend to anyone. DON’T DO IT! You will stress yourself out for sure.
I have been making a list of things I want to write about when regular blogging resumes, and I am determined to blog at least three times a week once the semester is over. I need to either put life back into this blog or hang it up for good. I lost much of my following in the past 12 months because I have not been present. Daily page views have plummeted. Collar City Brownstone is like my baby and it means so much to me, so hanging it up is not an option that I am willing to take action on. I will try my best to breathe life back into my it instead. I am seriously considering hiring a professional coach to help me jump-start Collar City Brownstone again. I also need to catch up with blogs that I follow. I hope that you all have been well.
For those who have decided to stick around I appreciate it so much. Please bear with me just a little longer.