17 November 2013

Quote of the Day #4


You may or may not know that I graduated from university earlier in the year. I did a Geography degree mainly because I enjoyed the subject, not because I necessarily wanted to go into it. Now I've finished, I'm left wondering what I really want to do with my life. 

There are so many people asking me what I'm doing with my life now I've finished uni, you know the type that haven't seen you in a while and who all have their opinions on whether you're doing the right thing or not. Or question you as to why you haven't already got an amazing job and the rest of your life sorted! 

I still don't really know what I want to do, I have about 10 different ideas but it's just deciding which route to take at the moment! I always wanted to take a year out after university to have a gap year and find my place in the world. However so far I've spent most of the time stressing about what I'm going to do with my life because I like to have a plan. But I've been trying to relax a bit more recently as all this stressing is not getting me anywhere! 

I think this quote sums up how I feel about what to do with my life at the moment. And hopefully by taking some time to figure it out and relax something will come along when I least expect it! I also think this scenario applies to many people having just finished uni or even those having just finished school or college and are trying to decide which route to take next. 

Does this relate to any of you? 

Han
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9 comments:

  1. I actually find this quote really helpful, and other inspirational quotes, because sometimes I get really impatient and think that nothing is going to turn out the way I want it to. But I just need to tell myself to be patient and keep working hard

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    1. Aw I'm pleased its helpful! Yes patience and hard work are key, good things come to those who wait! X

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  2. Also nowadays people don't have one job for life anymore. Like the quote I read said...no one looks back on the deathbed and wish they worked harder they wish they spent more time with their families and friends and had a lot more fun. x

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    1. Yeah that's very true - I'm definitely not going to try not to stress over it and enjoy life for what it is at the moment! X

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  3. It's definitely a good idea to just take time to relax. You're only 21, you have plenty of time to figure out what you're going to be doing. Besides, you don't want to look back on your twenties and realise that all you did was spend time stressing. Enjoy Christmas and figure it out as you go along.

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    1. Exactly! There's no rush when you have the majority of your life ahead of you! Thank you :) I hope you enjoy your Christmas too! X

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