” There are far, far better things ahead than any we leave behind”
My name is Megan Rosengrant, and as a recent graduate from the University of Mary Washington, my primary goals at this point in life are rather simple. They are as follows:
1. To find myself.
2. Find a career.
These goals are, as most goals are, short, sweet and too the point. (Much like myself, actually) But, these goals undoubtably have some complex nature to them that make them difficult to ascertain. In my exposure to life thus far, I have at least noticed that there seems to always be a twist or two to the overall “attaining your goals” thing.
I’m hoping this blog will help with all that.
Of course, I have a pretty solid foundation for both of these goals, don’t get me wrong. Let me break it down.
1. To find myself
I’ve graduated college. I wasn’t immune to the push and pull of the ebb and flow of time and friends. I learned a lot of stuff. A lot about life, and a lot about myself. Still have a lot to learn, though.
2. Find a career
Like the “find myself” thing, I have some experience here, too. I am a recent graduate from the University of Mary Washington. I graduated Cum Laude with a BA in Historic Preservation. I have a special interest in Archaeology and Museum Studies, and would love to work in either of those fields. You can find all sorts of information about my experiences in both the professional and academic worlds. I have a semblance of an idea of what I’m doing, is what I’m trying to say. It’s just a matter of finding a career that works for me.