Discovery:

26 May

I tend to get nostalgic about everything.

I’m reminded of this because I was in a different place one year ago today, and I’m not sure how I feel about it. I’m continuously left to consider whether the repetition of experiences is better than the acquisition of new ones. Of course, the latter is more logical and generally preferable. New experiences, obviously, make us well-rounded folk. Still, this is up for consideration only because old ones have been so good.

Perhaps nostalgia stems from the bounty of incredible experiences and opportunities, ones that are hard to forsake and move on from. Or maybe I’m just sentimental.

Anyway. Back to writing articles for Education Update. Finding it hard to get back in the zone now!

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