Why studying for the sake of studying is a worthwhile pursuit

  1. a general disdain for conventional career pathways
  2. overwhelm at the thought of knowing what kind of life I wanted to build
  3. needing something to do alongside experiencing suburban Brisbane share living and saving for Europe in my late teens

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