Mastered the Masters

I briefly mentioned this in a previous post but now that it’s 100% confirmed and I have a nice little piece of paper to prove it, I can officially say that I’ve mastered my masters.

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I started this blog in mid-2015 with the intention of continuing it throughout my study. According to my first blog post:

“In July this year I’m moving to Sydney and beginning a very exciting stage of my life – a postgraduate degree in the area I love the most. I don’t want to forget this experience, so I want to put it on the internet and share it with whoever else wants to listen.”

It has been such an intense 18 month degree that involved moving my life across the border between Queensland and New South Wales, living in a new environment, and balancing jobs and internships with study. It has all been completely worth the hard work. Especially considering I’ve met some amazing people who are insanely supportive.

There is a slight possibility that I will be tackling another degree next year so watch this space.

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I am so excited to see how this blog evolves. I have some exciting things planned for 2017 and I cannot wait to share. This does include FINALLY attending a Museums Australia Conference!

There will be a couple more posts before the end of 2017. I also plan on opening an Instagram account for this blog that will go live in January. It will be a great opportunity to share more of my photographs.

Until then!

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By David Goehring from San Francisco, CA, USA (Graduation Cake Guy)[CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)%5D, via Wikimedia Commons

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