Raise your hand if you’ve ever written a list of actionable tasks, only to slump over your desk, discouraged, without even starting? I have. Guilty as charged. In fact, I almost did that this morning. Recently, I started making a special to-do list.
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So, today was bad. Really bad. Today I got rejected from a grad school that was my top choice, and I got the rejection letter right before going into an interview.
I never thought I was the gap year type. You know the type: people who board planes and jet-set to exotic countries to find themselves; people who want to relax after 4 years of rigorous undergraduate education; people who aren’t me. Not that those people aren’t amazing. But, let me tell you who I am.Continue reading “What to Do On A Gap Year Before Grad School”