Guyyyyyyss! I have one semester left and then I will officially be a graduate. It is so strange to even think about. These last three years have flown by so quickly it’s unreal. Although I’m happy to have nearly finished, I’m definitely going to miss it. More than anything, university has meant security. I’m not expected to have my life together, I’m still a student. But as soon as I take off that cap and gown, I know that life and obligations will quickly hit me. It’s pretty scary but I guess that’s life.
One thing that people keep asking me is what next? What am I going to do once I graduate? I have a career plan and goals but right now they seem so far away. It’s a bit daunting. I even found myself applying for graduate schemes that I would hate getting accepted on to, solely out of fear. I hate uncertainty but I’m now trying to look at this as an opportunity to have faith. Have faith that things will work out in my favour.
I know I’m going to miss this stage of life as soon as it’s over so I’m going to try to keep my mind on this moment. I’m going to try to make the most of this freedom because this is all I have. Worrying won’t change anything. So to anyone who is going to be embarking on a new stage of life, be patient and enjoy this moment. You’ll never get it back. God will work it out.
“Can any one of you by worrying add a single hour to your life?” – Matthew 6:27