As of today I’m officially halfway to a graduate degree. I’ve successfully completed five courses toward an M.S. in Communication from Purdue University. I also just passed the nine-month mark in my current job. I won’t say it it hasn’t been a stressful first several months at post.
I’ve successfully completed the first (of 10) courses toward an M.S. in Communication from Purdue. I’m not going to lie: Time management has been a challenge — less because of the burden of school work and more because of the demands of my job.
Tomorrow is the first day of school for kids across the U.S., but I started classes two weeks ago. I’m officially a graduate student at Purdue University. If all goes well, in 20 months I’ll have a Master of Science in Communication.
Sometimes I think that if I could, I would conduct all my communication in writing. You all know I’m an introvert. And I obviously like to write. Also, I generally dislike talking on the phone.
Lady of leisure no more.*Not long after I arrived in El Salvador, I was having a conversation with an American woman I met through volunteering. She’s an expat who first moved to El Salvador a few years ago for her husband’s job, and they loved it so much they decided to stay after he retired.WeContinue reading “I Got a Job!”