Am I insane for being okay with having no idea what my (near) future holds?
I have always been a very indecisive person (ask anyone) and choices towards the outcome of my near future are no different. Don't get me wrong, I have clear goals in life - to become a journalist, travel to certain places, volunteer work etc - but there are different options in the steps I take to achieving those goals.
There are a few options I could take, and a few I've ruled out. I have applied to university and have luckily got into the best uni in the country for my course (journalism), but the required grades are very high. Of course, there's always the insurance choice, but my second choice changed the structure and content of their course recently and it no longer appeals to me so it will have to be clearing if I don't get my first choice's grades - cue more indecisiveness of where I finally want to go.
An option I totally ruled out was a journalism apprenticeship. I was lucky enough to get an interview with the BBC but I have to be honest and say I didn't think it went that great - which shows, as I didn't get in. After that, I could have applied to ITV, but I decided that I didn't want to dive straight into work just yet and I wanted to experience 'life' a little bit more.
As always, thank you for reading. Sorry if this was a bit rambly (like most of my posts recently) but I do enjoy getting my thoughts out in a somewhat cohesive way.