I’m facing a big decision regarding my further education. I have to choose between: product and design psychology (AAU), philosophy (KU) or design culture and economy (SDU). I find all three educational opportunities incredibly interesting but no matter what I choose I have to sacrifice something. I’ve always felt that everything was possible here in Copenhagen. I guess I was wrong but the distance should not be the decisive factor for my choice even though it feels completely unrealistic to move away from home. It’s a tough choice to take but I’m sure that I’ll stay positive and find joy wherever I end up.
Getting back to everyday life is for me to get back to a nutritious natural diet, morning yoga and cardio. It gives me energy and joy which is especially important to me when I’m facing the winter. The dark season allows time for reflection and space for new decisions why it’s good to be clear-headed.
The feeling of being back in school is ambivalent. I’m finally reading something I’m passionate about and it makes me feel incredibly lucky and privileged. But getting back to the “everyday life” also means going back to structure and monotony – A place that’s hard for someone like me to find peace in because it restricts my artistic freedom significant. But hey, I’ll try to stay positive and observe my small dark mind from a insensitive distance.
The term ambition is misused. Many people have a lack of coherence between their goals and dreams. The lack of communication and action between these two terms is leading to a lack of ambitions. If you have a strong persistent desire to achieve goals that for you is incredibly attractive but hard to reach, go fight with everything you have and never give up – then you have ambitions.
An energy that’s hard to attenuate. A smile that’s impossible to turn off. I’m fast approaching towards a goal that makes me exceedingly happy. The feeling of being able to see the target makes me want to scream and dance intoxicated around in the heart of my work. Never have I ever felt such a genuine pleasure and a desire to succeed in such an extent.