If you were to ask me which year I truly “found myself” it would be junior year. Not early junior year-more late junior year.
When I decided that math wasn’t for me and dropped the major.
When wheels started turning that swimming injury was near and perhaps quitting swimming would in my best interest.
To sum up junior year the most it would be risk taker. My life 100% changed junior year. At the beginning I asked myself, what could be lost with joining cross country team? If I didn’t enjoy it after the first couple of weeks, I could leave, but giving it a shot would be fun.
I still haven’t left.
Then later I asked, what was going to do graduating with a major that I didn’t care for. Math and education (double majors) are a very narrow focus. If you graduate with those…you go into teaching…if that isn’t your jive…well…you need a different major.
The minute I changed majors, I have never been more happy in my life. A weight was off my shoulders and I immediately knew that is what I wanted to do with my life.
So entering junior year as the n00b math education runner who was clueless of how to actually blog.
Exciting junior year as the running obsessed community health major who was still clueless of how to blog.
Question for you: Did you change majors in college?