Stepping outside my comfort zone

I have a great life.  Working 2 days per week.  Plenty of time to fill with my personal projects.  So what was I thinking when I enrolled to obtain a Masters degree, online?

Google didn’t exist the last time I was enrolled in school.  Imagine my panic when I spent an entire day navigating the software and websites I would need to utilize for my new course.  Staying up late to finish my assignments, getting up early, frustrated with electronic issues, I actually cried, twice.

With my head aching from lack of sleep, I opened my newsfeed to this article.  Great timing.  Tonight, I plan to relax a bit and hit the next assignment with much more optimism.  After all, I’ve already acquired two degrees without the use of Google.  I can do this!

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