Five years ago I was 29. I was feeling a bit lost and directionless in life, not really having a clue where I was heading. With my 30th birthday a mere 6 months away I decided that I wanted to get out of the rut I was stuck in and prove to myself that I could do more. So, with that in mind I applied to do an access course at the University of Glasgow. Two nights a week, while still working full time, I’d go to university and learn, write essays and take exams. I loved it. It was a lot of hard work and juggling my day day job, study and, what was at the time, a brand new relationship. But I did it.
Fast forward four years later and today I graduated from the University of Glasgow with as a Master of Arts with a 2:1 honours in Music.👨🏻🎓🎼🎶🎵 This has been the most incredible years of my life. I challenged myself to learn all I could, see things from new perspectives while remaining true to who I am at heart. I leave university a better version of myself and nothing can take that away.
Anyway, I’ve rambled enough. Thank you to anyone who has supported me in any way in the past few years, I love you all from the depths of my core. ❤️ If anyone reading this is thinking about studying: do it. I can’t stress enough how much this has helped me to grow as a person and is proof you can teach an old dog new tricks. [TL;DR - I passed uni, uni is great.] #graduation#uofg#student#graduate#masterofarts#music