I won’t be doing that.
Last December I made a few promises to myself, the most important of which was that I’d be a college graduate in 2013. I’m no genius; school hasn’t exactly been a cakewalk. It is getting easier, though, as I find my list of finance classes much more interesting than general education credits. Rocked my second-ever-in-college 4.0 this semester without buying a book. Feels good.
I’m making a couple sacrifices to get out of school earlier than anticipated. For one, my summer has been sold to the system; I’ll be a full time student this summer, and finishing out 18 hours of 400-level finance and accounting hours this fall. Slap full time work on top of that and…well, it won’t be fun, but at least I’ll be done. Things are looking really good on the job front after graduation, so that’s something to look forward to.
For the next 7 months, I’ve two whole weeks without school. I’m making the most of those, one of which is the next 7 days starting right now. My last final was yesterday and my first summer class is…next Wednesday. Bummer.
In the meantime, kick it in the archives with some retro posts:
- Why Lotteries Are a Great Investment for Poor People
- What 80% of Wharton MBAs Don’t Know about Retirement Planning
- 6 Reasons I Don’t Like Dividends
- Harvard’s Banking on a US Manufacturing Recovery
- Why Games of Monopoly Last Forever(and why they shouldn’t!)
I’m fairly sure each of these are at least 2 years old now. Time flies!