on another note
Wednesday. 2.1.17 11:37 am
Several updates with my life. Let's start with the small.
Today is day 3 (4 on the actual day I'm posting) of no soda. I just want a coke. But I know if I stick with it long enough then I will get to a point where I won't crave them, as much (if at all). I'll keep you guys updated.
Now onto bigger updates!
I'm going to an information session today (now yesterday for when I'm actually posting this entry) for an MBA program for working professionals. I'm still trying to decide between an MBA or an MPA with emphasis in HR or Gov't Admin. I haven't found any MPA programs for working professionals that aren't strictly online, yet, so I'll need to do more digging. My undergrad was in business, and honestly I'd rather go the MPA route 1) because it's more focused on what I currently do, 2) it would make me more well rounded, and 3) less math. I hate math, and I barely passed my math classes in undergrad. We shall see how I feel after the info session, I'll keep you updated.
I'm also really starting to think about buying a home. I need to figure out what I can afford and start looking, but also need to decide if I'm actually going to have roommates once I buy. I'm leaning towards no, not because I dislike my current roommates (they're some of my best friends and I love them), but I think I'm just ready to be on my own. Also need to decide town home vs. actual home not attached to other units. I also need to write down necessities/things I'd really prefer (i.e. garden bath would be a nice plus). And then there's the money thing. This is something where patience is a must, and, admittedly, I have lacked in this category in the past.
***UPDATE ON THE INFO SESSION***
The info session went well, it lasted about 45 minutes, and I learned a few new things that I didn't gather from the website. Acceptance rate into this program is about 87%, which is promising. For standardized testing I learned that it'll be better for me to go the GRE route instead of the GMAT route, as the GMAT apparently involves more math (which, as stated previously, is my true weakness). The program has several study abroad options for working professionals, they're super flexible if you need to take a term off, and the campus is super close to where I work. Win/win/win.
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