What a difference four months makes…

My second year of University has been wildly more productive and interesting than my first, by far. First year taught me how to try to pass exams, while second year gave me material I wanted to know, bypassing the need for a lot of pointless memorization. But it’s been more than that. Some things have become second nature now, completely. I’ve acquired new skills that I feel like I’ve always had.

From school:

From a measly four months of school, I feel like I’ve matured years and learned much more than I should.

But wait, there’s so much more!

Next term, I’ve got a handful of coding projects lined up, but my one goal is to write and release a new album by May. This will be fun.

 
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