I’m actively dealing with what I want to do with the rest of my life as regards a career path which is worth my time

Keywords: business , career , jewelry design , academia , business plan , capitalism , content development , higher education , LIS , media literacy , microbusiness , technology

I’m finding that I’m in a relatively privileged position to have gone through ethical training as regards Library and Information Science — and I can use these skills in ways other than being, “a Librarian.” In addition to being able to see things from an Economic or Business perspective, I also have some clue about the impact of the very same policies on society. For instance, I find that there is very likely a desperate need right now not only for literacy in reading and writing, but also — maybe more intensely — a need for media literacy; that is, an understanding by the polity as to how organizations can manipulate them through the juxtaposition of different media: words, sound, still image, and video or moving image, not to mention the endorsement of their “friends” (i.e. the business leverage of their emotional relationships). How does someone get training in this? Media Studies? Studies of the propaganda that led up the Holocaust?

https://spectralbeads.com/2021/10/11/decisions-in-which-there-is-no-right-decision

I’ve been asked countless times THE QUESTION: “So, Katie, what are you going to do when you graduate in December?”

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I’m not entirely sure. A lot is still up in the air at this point! I’m only 21! I don’t even know what city I want to live in! But, there are some things I do know about my future, and in this blog post I’m going to go through those (mostly to make myself feel better!).

https://katieharrispr.wordpress.com/2021/09/23/the-future-is-coming

I’ve never had a blog before, but I’ve always loved sharing my story and insights with others

Keywords: My Life As a Therapist , Starting a blog , Who am I , Why I Became a Therapist

My goal is to give my personal experience with counseling and mental health topics. I also want to share with you some of the tools I provide my clients, and hopefully, you will find them helpful too.

https://compassionatehearttherapy.com/2021/09/21/why-i-became-a-therapist

here i am, a year later since i admitted to myself that i want to be a writer

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so you have been creating art for yourself for a while now and are finally ready for the world to see it? actually publishing your work, well, that’s something else entirely. i started publishing my work on tumblr in 2018 (i think) and published it almost every day for a few years. with tumblr dying more and more, i decided to move to instagram and, after a few failed attempts, kept regularly posting since the summer of 2020. i’m not gonna lie: putting your work out there is hard. and trying to get it seen even harder. there are so many talented artists, how do i stand out, do i even want to stand out? do i want to constantly perform, constantly post? do i want to be a part of a platform that values quantity over quality? honestly, the answer to most of those was no, at least for me personally. but i knew at the same time that social media can also give artists a chance to be seen, a chance for their voice to be heard, the possibility to connect with other amazingly talented artists and with people who resonate with their work and for that, however challenging Instagram and co might be, i am incredibly thankful.

https://cowboysfromspace.wordpress.com/2021/09/14/sorry-mum-and-dad-i-want-to-be-a-writer

I want a job that I love, one that inspires me, one that challenged me to learn new things, and one that will never become a 9-5 built on routines and patterns with a limit on how much there is to learn

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Being a university student was my way of choosing a career path that can change and grow with multiple possibilities of where it could lead me. An opportunity to learn new concepts and skills and expand the possibilities of [what] I can be when I grow up.

https://akbuniwork.wordpress.com/2022/03/16/what-being-a-university-studnet-means-to-me