Not really sure what I'm missing. I've had things that I strategically aimed to accomplish every six months are so. Ive feel like I've come to a point where I've got everything I need to live on my own lavishly (my definition differs from yours) for the next 10 years.
So basically a levels, preferred uni, preferred job. I'm there. I got what I think I struggled all my academic years.
I don't know I suddenly feel like I don't have a purpose. There is nothing to look around to accomplish. No accomplishments making noise or keeping me up at night.
Sometime I wish I specialised in astronomy instead of what I specialised in. At least space was vast... . Idk i crave a lot about the past ever since I realised I'm finicially secured for the next few years....
x Turn on thread page Beta
Life is empty watch
- Thread Starter
- 28-02-2016 19:39
- 28-02-2016 22:02
Heya, are you still at uni or have you left? There is always more to learn about your subject, however, there is more to life than academia. Do you have any hobbies? I've played the violin since the age of 7. Its taken me places I'd never thought I'd go. I've played in the county youth orchestra alongside people who play in the National Youth Orchestra. I've even played with several internationally acclaimed musicians! Since coming to uni I joined the first aid society and now have my level 3 FAW qualification. I've also volunteered with the conservation rangers. Is there anything that you would like to take up?