Happy Sunday dear readers! I hope you’re having a magnificent one. Today I’ve prepared another Coffee Chats post, so I hope you’re in for that (I mean, I presume so since you’ve clicked the post) Never the less, today’s topic is education. You may think it’s a bit of a boring one, but I do have a few things I would like to a) say about it. b) hear your guys opinion. Because let’s face it, it’s not really a chat if it doesn’t involve at least two people. Anyway, let’s gooo!
So basically like any adult or parent I do think an education is very important. It is most of the times the key to get a proper work established. And yes I know that not everyone can afford an education (which I BTW think is so sad, this world need to chance!). Like one thing is being able to go to collage but don’t want to, another thing is wanting to go but not being able to (I hope that made some kind of sense…) However, as you may or may not know I’m Danish. And again as you may or may not know, in Denmark you don’t have to pay to be educated. Whether that’s school, secondary school, collage or university – it’s all ‘free’. It’s obviously not completely free because Denmark does have some of the highest taxes in the world. But, come on I mean we don’t have to pay for education and we can go to the hospital without paying a single penny (and yes that includes medicin and operations – so it’s definitely worth it!)
(↑ apartment goals, yes I know ↑) Now, I do think there’s another side of education. I know way too many people saying that their parents wants them to get good grades so they can be a doctor, however in real life they want to be a musician. If that’s your parents then I really hope you follow your heart. No one should ever decide the life that you’re the one to live! And even if you have good grades that doesn’t necessarily mean you have to be a doctor or something like that. If you know you want to work with fashion, then do so (or at least try it). I try to always tell myself this: I will only really regret the things I didn’t give a chance. Like when I’m 90-something (hopefully) I don’t want to be sat like:”Oh I wish I went modelling in Paris instead of working as an accountant for 50 years”. At least just give your dreams a try.
How about me and education? Well, since I’m ‘only’ 15 I guess I still have a few years to make up my mind. But, I will say that I kind of have a two/three sided dream when it comes to work. For an actual education I would really love to study sociology, like there’s almost nothing else that interrests me more then that. However, I would also love to work as a full time blogger, and being like a CEO of something as well. I mean there’s simply too much to choose from. How about you? What would you like to work as? Let me know in the comments.
Thank you very much for reading this post. I hope you’ve found it enjoyable. I would love to hear you thoughts and opinions on the subject as well, so please let me know in the comments below. Also, I do feel like saying: Hello, and welcome! To all my newer readers. You’re all very much appreciated. If you don’t want to miss any of my Sunday posts, then go a head and follow. Never the less, I hope you’ll have a great week.
Karen W. xx