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  • CuppaMatt
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    The Potential.

    Now, that may sound depressing but I don't see it that way. Nowadays I'd love to go back to university and do something I really love, develop those skills and spend some good time over it. Now that's realistically not an option. I'm 31, about to get married and we just can't afford it. I'm considering doing some distance learning to get the degree I want in a year or two, module by module (that makes it more expensive and take a lot longer overall but makes it do-able).

    Having said that, I had nowhere near the focus then that I have now, I didn't know what I wanted to do or where I wanted to concentrate my learning so it's not really a regret.