I’ve never liked a structured life. I used to skip classes on high school, not necessarily out rebellion or laziness, but just to confuse the regularly schedule. I hated that every week looked the same, so I tried to make it less structured by skipping some classes. Beautiful excuse, huh?
University was better for me- I was able to be a lot more independent and there were different courses and professors all the time. For me it meant more freedom. After university, I started Blog and The City with one of the goals in mind to get my own boss. Do I smell more freedom?
I reached a point in my life in which I really do feel free. It feels like I can do anything I want, work whenever I want, go to any country, buy anything I want (okay kidding..). But the more free I feel, the more my friends seem to be stuck to me. Most of them are in their medical internships and slowly becoming doctors, others are starting a family with a baby (and more babies). Let me point out more clearly that it would feel solid to me, but my goals are likely to be different than theirs. However, I sincerely hope that I will find happiness and satisfaction in a structured life at some point in my life.