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    What do you prefer and why?

    I'm torn myself between which I want to do, because both have their good sides for me. My current pros for each would be:

    - I like to write, and want to get good at it
    - Think I'll find it easier than practical since I'm more in my element when I'm on my own studying than working on creative projects
    - Theory side sounds fun in general

    - Potential work experience
    - I would imagine it is less mentally straining, while probably still somewhat mentally straining. What I mean with this is, I would think that going around filming and editing can be more pleasant than 8 hours of continuous writing.
    - I would imagine it is more social
    - More potential career paths?

    Those are all I can think of for now.
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