Preparing an Eventful Summer

5/28/2013

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For a lot of students, a summer break is a time to relax and kick back with friends and family. No homework, no tests, no quizzes, no projects for 3 months. No stress. It’s the vacation that every kid can’t wait for after the first day of school starts.

But that mainly applies to those that haven’t graduated high school yet. Of course, most college students can’t wait for summer either, but as college students we know there’s a lot more to summer than just kicking back and relaxing. For me at least, there’s a lot I want to accomplish this summer, especially having investing my last two summers into family and video games.

If you’ve known me for a while, you’ll know how much I love video games. Unfortunately, as time flies by, some of the things you love to do the most take a back seat to what we call “life.” It’s life that we have to go out and work. It’s life that we have to pay taxes. It’s life that we have to move on from our childhood and transition into adulthood, where video games aren’t as relevant anymore. Don’t get me wrong, I still enjoy my video games (and I’ve even gotten into anime as well), but there’s just a whole lot of aspirations that, as an adult, I want to and have to strive for.

That being said, I’ve thought a lot about “life” and I realized that there’s a lot of things I want to do with my life. And fortunately, this summer is a great time to start thinking about how I can go about achieving my goals and aspirations.

To give you a brief overview of the things I wanna do with my life:

  1. Start a business where anime, manga, and video game lovers can hangout, interact and compete against each other.
  2. Learn the Japanese language and further expand my knowledge on anime.
  3. Become a video game developer.
  4. Become a better web site designer/developer.
  5. Become a better artist and graphic designer.
  6. Become a damn good, well-rounded Computer Scientist.

My journey begins now. I’ve got a whole three months to take a jab at each of these goals. Let’s do it!

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