Today was my last "first" day of graduate school and as I reminisce on how petrified I was when I first started my program at UCLA. I cannot help but think about how naive and misinformed I was about graduate school. Much of the worries I had as a first year student has diminished and instead I am more concerned with life after graduate school.
I have always been an explorer and for this reason, I am very anxious to graduate. I wish to travel the world and combat public health issues. Yes, it sounds a bit cliche but it is indeed plausible. Ever since I was a little girl, I never understood the concept of staying "put" in one city and/or state. For instance, California is the third state I have lived in and Los Angeles is probably the 10th city I've lived in. I am the type of person that gets bored very easily and as a result of this I can never stay put in one place. It is both a blessing and a curse at the same time; however more of a blessing at this point in my life because I am a global health nerd. The nerdiness in me will enable me to trek to different countries and assimilate myself into different cultures. Words cannot express how excited I am for life after graduate school. I find it invigorating that there is a possibility that this will be my last year in the states--it is both exciting and nerve racking at the same time.
That is why I make sure I post as much as I can on my blog. I know that things will change within a blink of an eye next year. Who knows, maybe my blog will flourish or maybe it will turn into a fashion and travel blog. Whatever it will be I am excited for a little change!
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