I've been talking about going back to school for almost a decade, so I took the plunge and did it. The beauty(and also the tragedy, tbh) of my particular situation is that I only need classes that are a certain level to complete my degree, but they can literally be any classes. I looked for Advanced Basketweaving, but they don't offer it.
  1. My classes for autumn semester:
  2. Public Archeology
  3. Early Modern Japanese Art
  4. Film Noir and Neo Noir
  5. Psychology of Choice and Decision Making
  6. Organizational Leadership and Planning
  7. I'm thinking of adding a Gender Studies in Early Modern Japanese Culture class because 1. It's no extra money, and 2. I think it might be interesting, and 3. To lend context to the art class, but I'm not sure yet.
  8. My plan is to apply to graduate school and to get a job with a reasonably grown up salary that doesn't bore me or make me despair for the future of humanity, but I have zero clue where to focus my efforts.
  9. My greatest professional skill at this point is "I don't know, but I'm sure I can figure it out." and then I do.
    This doesn't inspire as much confidence in people as you'd think it should.
  10. I'm pretty sure the job I am most qualified for is "Victorian Era Salonnière" so if y'all'd keep your eyes peeled for opportunities, I'd appreciate it.
  11. I added the extra class because I'm crazy like that.