Sunday, October 19, 2008

I'm Reviewing the Situation

Driving back from apple picking with the Outing Club, it occurred to me that I might be on the wrong path, life-wise. I wondered if I should stick with psychology, or maybe change my major. I was thinking that I might like to go into early education instead, and be a preschool or kindergarten teacher. I like kids, I like arts and crafts, and pushing people on swings, maybe I should double major. I know I love psychology, but I'm not sure if I have a future in the field. Input is welcome.


Bill said...

You have time. Take some classes. Stick with your Psych major, but take some electives, and see how it goes-- and talk to people who do both and see what they say.

It wouldn't have changed anything in my life, but I should have done exactly what I'm telling you.

Andrea said...

The beauty of a liberal arts education is that you get to try new things. You never know what you will like until you try a lot of things and see what makes you happiest and interests you the most. In the words of a certain charming badger, "How do you know if I will like anything until I try it?" Also, try this: