School is starting next week! I’m excited 😀 The subjects I’ve chosen are Internet Marketing, Entrepreneurial Marketing, Travel Writing and Post-colonialism and Sustainability in Developing Communities. They all seem like pretty cool subjects to me. It’s cool that you can pretty much create your own subject package here and take subjects outside your faculty too.
Another plus is, is that so far I’ve only got classes on Tuesday and Wednesday. I still need to sign up for 2 more workshops when they become available, but it’s looking pretty cool with those days so far 🙂 I’m guessing it’s going to be a lot of self studying anyway, especially for Travel Writing and Post-colonialism; I’m going to have to be reading about 1 book per week. That’s crazy. But that’s what I’m here for. To expand my knowledge, in broadness and in depth.
I’m glad I took another opportunity to study more because I want to work on streamlining my habits, and finding more effective ways to learn.
Financially, I should be able to support myself on my government finance and whatever I can get from my parents. I probably won’t be going out that much as I want to save my money for travelling during the breaks and doing cool stuff like jumping out of planes.
I hope to be able to travel to New Zealand, maybe after the exams in November so that its slightly warmer, with longer daylight, so I’ll be able to do some distance skating. It’d be sick to skate through the landscapes of NZ anyway. I also have a mid-semester break from 17-30 September so I want to use that time to travel somewhere too. Maybe Tasmania. Or do an East-coast trip. Or go to the outback somewhere. I’m very much open to suggestion for this time.
There’s a lot to do in a short amount of time, so I have to be efficient with it. “Plans are worthless, but planning is everything.”