City Life

Having spent the last 2 weeks of Christmas break in NYC, it reminded me of how much I missed the city life. I was born and raised in a cosmopolitan country and I loved every moment of it. I love to see the lights of extremely tall buildings, the hustle and bustle of everyday life, the people but maybe not the traffic.

Coming back to school was indeed a struggle; this first week of school seemed to pass by exceptionally slow and I found myself missing something. As I went about my classes and work, I realized that I missed the city. It wasn’t something I used to miss (I still love the peace and serenity Utah brings), but now it was something I yearned. It made me wonder about where I wanted to live when I graduate. I used to be rather nonchalant about the question: “Where do you want to work after you graduate?”. However, this week when a couple of people asked me that, I had to stop to think.

I guess maybe now I have to take the question more seriously and actually sit down and think about my future.

Look closely at the present you are constructing. It should look like the future you are dreaming — Alice Walker
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