By now most of my readers know education is one of the most important things in my life. I’ve prided myself in being an overachiever. I wasn’t numbered top 10 in my class but I love to learn and I work extremely hard. I love the power and knowledge that comes from being educated. With that said you can understand how taking two years off after graduating from college was one the hardest things I had to do, especially when it wasn’t by choice. However, that’s another story.
I will detail this, I was planning on going to law school. But after being honest with myself and true to my dreams and aspirations becoming a lawyer just wasn’t for me. So instead of accepting my admissions offer I decided to go home instead and take time to figure things out. Fast forward six months later. I figured things out; I knew what program I needed to apply to in order to get there. So I applied. Again leaving out details, I decided Georgia State University’s program was the best fit, because California was just too far, at least for now.