I think the universe is trying to tell me something... I've been more social in the last few days than I have been in the last 3 months, well not quite, lets say the last 3 weeks, lol. Am I no longer allowed to be a hermit?!?
I must admit it really is a lovely life here on our little island and I throughly enjoy my wonderful friends and the time I spend with them, it would just be nice if I could click with the whole deal... Drop kid at school, have lovely play date, do some cleaning, prep dinner, pick kid up from school, do homework, cook dinner, clean kitchen, bath kids, put kids to bed, absolutely LOVE the me time once there in bed so end up staying up ridiculously late, alarm goes of at 6.30 am & repeat! GROUND HOG day as I refer to it. And yes, I'm the one who's in control of it all but 'eh' it does my head in.
So the last few weeks I've been looking into study options. It's about now that I'm wishing that I wasn't scholastically challenged but I think I can still make it work. I enjoyed my work as a Remedial Massage Therapist (past tense) but at present it's just another scenario where people are demanding more of 'me' and between hubby and the kids it just doesn't feel like there's enough to go around. So basically what I've decided is that I'd like to get into Physio. Problem is Physiotherapists are rather smart so pretending we all know something about the University ranking systems, the Physio courses rank about 92+. With my previous study I think I rank somewhere between a 82-86.
No bother though we have a plan. As Physio is a face to face degree anyway, not having the grades isn't completely a bad thing. Hubby had a whisper a week or so ago about a job that may be coming up in South Korea so studying by distance would be a much better thing if the job were to eventuate. I will cross my fingers re the job but wouldn't dear hold my breath. I sooooo want change, any change. South Korea would be AWESOME!
There are a few degree paths that 'may' lead to into Physiotherapy, which are: a bachelor of Sport Science or a Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science (Clinical Exercise Physiology) . I was hoping that there would be a mid year intake but for the above course applications start in September for the 2014 year
2 plus 3 makes 5 refers = my husband and myself plus our 3 children, our oldest son and youngest 2 who are twins.
You tube videos by philosopher Alan Watts: