Most people already got that degree at 20 and started interning. Here I'm 23 with zero experience.
I regret going to college again because my early 20's were wasted there.
I was stupid to think that college will make things better.
But it only hogged my 3 years where I could have devoted my time to myself instead.
Meanwhile some people who never went to college are earning heavy paychecks.
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Well, you're at this point in your life. You can't go back, and you can't change what has already happened. Worrying about things that have come and gone will change nothing. But, the future is always shifting: it can always be guided in a new direction.
The idea is, focus on the present, because it is what we do now that will determine what happens later. The past can teach us, help us learn from our mistakes, but we have to learn to stop holding onto it and shift our views from the past, to now.
So, what can you do now, in the present, that can change what you want to change?
I think I should stop whining and endure this final year. But should also start finding separate time to improve my skills.