To start off this series, I thought it was fitting that I share my academic background with you. This series would not be comprehensive without disclosing this information. I believe that my perspective, advice, and potential mentorship can be better understood once you take a peek into my educational path.
As I mentioned in the introduction post, school has been a massive part of my life. However, I would not consider my academic journey as typical or average. For example, I have been privileged enough to attend private school for six years. Although I am aware that I had a lot leverage in my education, I want you to take everything with a grain of salt.
Remember that education, life, and success is not always linear.
Looking back on my life and my upbringings, I am aware that I come from a very privileged background. I have had gone on multiple family vacations, I have had the latest devices and games, and clothes, etc. However, that doesn’t mean life was always a walk in the park, even if my problems were tiny compared to the rest of the world’s. That doesn’t mean I can’t relate, and that I don’t understand what hardship is like.
I have been attempting to get back into blogging, however, I’ve been wanting to become more serious with my blog, and my content as well. It’s taken me months of trial and error to really figure out what I wanted to talk about, as well as my theme, and all of the creative aspects of my blog.