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This was what I wore for my last first day of uni. It's almost incomprehensible to me that I'll be finished with tertiary education at the end of this year. This is going to be me venting for a little while, but sometimes I just really want to hit myself for studying a Bachelor of Arts degree.

Along with the universal perception that it's a bullshit, dead end degree, it's also incredibly nebulous. With most other degrees, they're specific enough so that you have a somewhat decent idea of what comes afterwards -- like law, accounting, architecture, nursing, etc. Like if you're studying nursing, chances are you'll probably be working as a nurse sometime in the future. Knowing that is a nice safety net amidst all the fears and uncertainties about the future. In my case, I have absolutely no idea where I see myself in five years; a BA is so broad and all-encompassing that I'm pretty much petrified with indecision. I think it's human nature to want to seek things that are comfortable and reliable, it makes diving into the unknown a slightly less terrifying prospect.

Louche cardigan
Polo Ralph Lauren top
Topshop skirt
Forever New tights
Zara flats