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Old 04-08-2007, 11:05 PM   #31
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That's exactly what I meant by regretting my choices later. I don't want to look back and wish I'd done something differently. Everyone tells me to take advantage of my youth and to follow my heart, but it seems people are just as quick to emphasize the importance of getting myself on the road to a stable, dependable job as early as I can. Right now I've settled somewhere in the middle. I'm working my butt off with this double major, but I also take yoga, dance, and pilates 5 days a week so I don't lose the ability to dance if I ever want to go back. I've also kept writing, though not nearly as much as I'd like. Oh well! Such are the realities of college life. Overall I'm glad to have so many opportunities laid out.
If you dont want to look back and regret, then go with your heart! Just because your heart may not seem like a stable lifestyle, does not mean it wont end up that way
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Old 04-09-2007, 12:08 AM   #32
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If you dont want to look back and regret, then go with your heart! Just because your heart may not seem like a stable lifestyle, does not mean it wont end up that way
Regrets are the things you passed up that were really bad and led you in the wrong direction. You never visualize all the bad things that went with it and that unfinished business becomes a regret.
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