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Old July 15th, 2017, 09:34 AM   #1

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Pursuing graduate work in both history and fitness

I'm 25 years old and regret not doing what was really important to me: Learning more about history and fitness, and using acting and writing as a medium to share the importance of these things. I'm all over the place in terms of next steps (even got interested in the trades so I could reach the above goal through eventually learning historical restoration work and LIVING history in that way, as a bricklayer/stonemason).

Yet the idea of pursuing online graduate studies has really been something that's been on my mind for a while. I'm from Canada and there are online programs in both history and exercise science (two separate programs) that I've had my eye on for the last several months.

As someone who studied sciences in undergraduate, I feel like getting a higher education degree would give me a sense of credibility continuing to share history and fitness knowledge. Especially with my blog.

In this current world-situation, do you feel like it would be unwise to do so? That is looking at both the academic teaching pathway as well as the blogger pathway.

Honestly, if money were no object, I would do both because I love this stuff. But, I'm wondering, if you guys think there's a better way.

Thank you so much!
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