This first week at University has proved a real mixed bag of emotions; excitement, horror, fear, anticipation, anxiety, stress, nervousness, joy, relief etc….
So it’s something odd that I’m not sure of which category I fit in exactly… am I one of the people running away in fear from the bulls in Pamplona, Spain, or am I in fact one of those wicked beasts taking charge of the situation… brilliant metaphor, I know.
In simple terms, am I running away from the pressures of this degree, or am I taking action and being not particularly nervous about it?
Here’s a little secret for you all. I’m on the fence. So here’s hoping that I’m a bull and not someone who’s about to get rammed and end up flying across the tourist-packed Mediterranean destination that Aussie tourists have come to love…
But the [fun] isn’t all over yet. To date I’ve only had two lectures from two of my three subjects. So I can’t exactly say where I feel as if I’m sitting. Give me a few days guys. Perhaps I’ll end up regretting my decision to study Journalism at UTS. Fingers crossed I don’t!
By the way, here’s a little snap I found yesterday… was taken last Wednesday on O-Day. :]
I’m hardly posing at all.
Keep it real kids.
It’s been quite a while hasn’t it? Not since that silly little post about Valentine’s Day have I written something for my lovely followers!
I’m here to let you know that I’m taking a step into tertiary education on Monday and I’ll be starting my Journalism course at UTS. I’m rather excited and over the past week I’ve been popping on by campus for the various orientation sessions and already made some amazing friends. Wednesday was a particularly fun day because it ended in the evening with Ofest, so there was lots to see, do and (drink). ;]
Here’s some little snapshots of my action around Sydney from the past week.
Can’t wait for monday,
Your journalist to be,