So, for the last year or so I’ve been freaking that changing my major four different times would cause me to have to graduate a year late (I’ve come to terms with that) and force me to hit my cap of 150 hours, which would mean less financial aid and more loans. Now I find out that I have to have 150+ hours to even qualify to take my CPA. Hah! I feel so much more relieved, I just wonder how many of those hours will have to be accounting hours because right now I have a whole lot of science and health related hours. I have considered not even taking my CPA, but unfortunately in the state of Texas I can’t even call myself an accountant without it and if I do get my CPA I may make more money without having to go to grad school!
I’ll get back to my accounting research and managerial prep. Can’t afford anything less than a B in managerial next semester!
People who have a tumblr and use it to reblog and never actually blog themselves annoy the living shit out of me. Go to pintrest if all you wanna do is reblog.
n. a kind of psychological exoskeleton that can protect you from pain and contain your anxieties, but always ends up cracking under pressure or hollowed out by time—which grows back again and again until you develop a more sophisticated emotional structure, held up by a strong and flexible spine, built less like a fortress than a cluster of treehouses.