Even though I find math and science to be fascinating, I consider myself more of a humanities person than a STEM person. In my free time, I do a lot of reading--mostly fiction, but some nonfiction too--and I've worked at the Irondequoit Public Library for over two years now as a page.
Ever since I was little, I was somewhat obsessed with outer space and wanted to be an astronaut. Now, I've decided maybe being an astronaut isn't for me, and I don't feel I have the knack for math and physics to work for NASA and study space, but I've decided to stick with physics anyway; it can be extremely interesting and exciting and could help me write more accurate science fiction novels if I wanted to (haha).
The workload this year seems pretty daunting and I'm worried I'll fall behind. Or just not understand the material. At the same time, I'm oddly excited for the challenge and for this opportunity to learn some (hopefully) cool stuff. I guess we'll see how it goes.