Lately, I’ve been thinking about going back to school. I mean, I really wanted to study Creative Writing long before I started this blog but the responsibility that came up with adulthood felt like a road block. Not to mention that I am a breadwinner. But then, whenever my siblings talk about school and all the burdens and struggles they have with their courses and subjects, the urge to study again and push through with my passion is only getting stronger. I badly wanted to improve myself – my thought organization, the writing process that I have, the things I write and of course, the craft that I want to focus on – poetry.
As a fan of education, I want to also improve myself. Of course, I am very much aware of the fact that it would cost some investment – time and money. But I think it is really important that we invest on the good things – on things that can’t be taken away from us, on things that can’t be faked and on things that we could share in a way or another. Self-improvement is a gift that we can give ourselves, so why not invest on it while we can? Perhaps, we have all the time in the world to. Much more if it will fire up our passion – what we really love doing. I just realized the clarity of my goals (I think, it’s really important that you know what you want and where you wanna go) and how I would wanted them to be so I am taking this as the first step.
I hope to share with you the things I learned once I finished Creative Writing (hopefully next year). 😉