I am proud to say that I am starting my first quarter at UCLA as a transfer student, yet I've been thinking against it to be honest.
I finished my last class at my community college back in February, so I've basically took the spring and summer off to really enjoy my life and do the things that I've always wanted to do. During my time off, I got on a roll with the modeling thing and fell in love with styling and fashion. I improved my pole dancing skills, socialized, made a lot of connections, and traveled.
I'm the happiest I've ever been, and things have been going well but I sadly know that all of this will come to an end once school starts. Things that I want to do in my career don't require getting a degree, so why am I going?
The thing is, I put in so much effort.
In this post, I used my shoes as the key factor that changes the image.
Once I slipped on my baby pink boots on with "Baby Girl" written on the tops, I transformed myself into a good girl.
But what is a good girl?
Not being rebellious, not taking risks, nor trying something new.
I'm going back to school mainly because I feel that it would be a waste if I just threw it all away now. I went to Santa Monica College and busted my ass there for 2 years already and went through the time and stress of completing applications. There is just way too much time that I invested in getting into a University, thats why I feel like I should at least give it a shot and see how much I like it or not.