Finish my pharmacy perhaps. I had to leave the program for several reasons, stress being the biggest one as I was a mature student with poor study habits and couldn't take the work load especially with my poorest subjects math and physiology. On reflection, I should have engaged a tutor or taken a course on how to handle the material. What happened is the bottom fell out of my blood and I had anemia so bad my Dr. was amazed I didn't have difficulty breathing, but I did have difficulty staying conscious, I kept passing out all the time and it was right before exam time.
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I would take an online program on nutrition and herbology with a program called Integrative Nutrition. Then I could either work from home or in a chiropractor's office or in a gym to teach people how to treat their bodies and how to get healthy using natural methods.
You guys are going to think I'm crazy, but I would go back for music performance: harp, acoustic guitar and banjo. I know, that's a weird combination. But, I already play piano, viola, and violin, and these are three string instruments that I'd love to learn.
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Creative writing, Sociology, Psychology, Anthropology, Philosophy, maybe even a Comparative Religions class. I want to write novels and I think all these courses could help. Then again, I'd be a perpetual student if I could. I LOVE to learn. Oh yeah, I'd also take a dance class, Tai Chi or Tae Kwon Do as well to keep my fitness up.
I'd first have to take computer classes to get up to day with being able to even have an office job. Then I'd love to work in a medical or dental clinic. I'd also love to take Interior Design and painting pictures too. So I guess I'd have several options! Good question Joanna!
Oh my, there are a million things I want to do! I think my most current thing to do would be to take Photoshop for illustration and creative writing. I am writing a book for children and adults of all ages, with a focus on Autism. It will be a picture puzzle book with an intertwining story throughout. I believe I have a publisher, but oh what I wouldn't give to do the computer illustrations with my own hand. I have tried my hand at computer illustration and it's hard to do without some education. Too hard for what I want my pictures to look like. Maybe one day I'll have the funds to take a photoshop course. The actual program is way expensive. There are others, but none compare to Photoshops quality, think, that is. The creative writing part will not be as hard, but to take a creative writing class would from a well known author is my dream. Still with all my limitations I think my book will be a great one!
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