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Grad school was always a distant fantasy for me; something I'd accomplish one day, but it always seemed so far away. Now, I'm immersed in books, syllabi, creating quick study and reference sheets, and praying I'm not in over my head. All of this, and the semester doesn't start for another few days.
I've already traded in weekend nights out for nights in and am as mentally prepared as I think I could ever be. Still, I feel like I've made a mistake. Or, they've made a mistake. Sure, I love literature, writing, and analyzing, but I think it's apparent I don't belong in grad school.
Yes, I've read all about Impostor Syndrome, and it made me feel a bit more content and at ease, but with the days flying by, I grow nervous that I'm the exception to the rule and truly am the impostor.
I suppose we'll have to wait to find out.