My major at Kennesaw State is communication. It is a field that I knew nothing about until I was in college, but I have realized that it has always been a part of me. Once I found out I could study it, I knew it was the perfect fit for me. The biggest problem I'm having is a very good one to have. I have too many possible outcomes, I'm feeling outnumbered by my opportunities. A communication degree means I can work in any industry out there. I feel like I'm stuck in the center of a circle with all of my different interests pulling at my attention.
Welcome to Eclectic Avenue! Where am I to begin? This is supposed to be the introductory post. The "Why Do I Bother Reading This Blog" post. If you're willing to listen, I will give you plenty of reasons to keep scrolling. This is my last semester in college. I have spent the last four and a half years being a Kennesaw State University Owl and it has shaped who I am and how I see the world. I was free to explore, learn from and appreciate every part of my college experience. The thought of it coming to an end is a bittersweet one. On one side, I'm dying to get out into the world and make my impression. On the other, I want to keep building on the foundation I've set up here. So because this change is so major for me, I've decided that I should focus my energy on writing down the constantly buzzing thoughts in my head.
Hence the title of my new blog, Eclectic Avenue. Eclectic meaning diverse and multifaceted, avenue meaning pathway or road. So, this new road into adulthood that I'm trying to navigate is definitely going to be full of surprises. I hope you're ready to hear all about it.
Writer, stargazer, believer in human beings. Die-hard rock and roller with an insatiable urge to dance my way through life.