Last updated on November 13th, 2020 at 09:32 am
Wow. Saturday’s been pretty chill so far—I’m glad that I’ve just been able to stay in for most of the day and hack away at some of the crap lying around. But I wish that I had ideas for blog posts ahead of time. I was talking to Kev, who’d been talking to Jasmine (who now, apparently, finally got her shoutout…), and the topic had arisen of a “content calendar”—i.e. having a calendar for the future of things you’d like to write about. It would be awesome; I mean I already have vague ideas of things to talk about:
- dreams and aspirations
to name a few, but it bothers me that this blog has been a bit more theoretical than practical so far; it’s similar to the difference between university and college (at least around these parts—Toronto). In university, I learned a lot from a lot of books and lesson plans, but in the end, all I feel I really learned is work ethic and maybe a few things about economics to better understand the financial world. (But then again, that could all be due to 6 ½ years of working in a bank.) College, on the other hand, you work directly with the subject matter you want to dedicate your time to. It’s like you go in the trenches, learn to use the tools you’ll need, and then they release you into the world. In some ways, I’d like to be more like a college teacher at times, but I think I’ve got my brain stuck in theory mode. If it works for you, then I guess it’s all good, right? And how do I find this out? POLL TIME, BABY!!!