Where does a blogger go when she needs advice on products & such? Why other bloggers of course. So I'm here to ask y'all today if certain things I've been debating are worth it.
Back when I decided I wasn't going to have cable again I had every intention of just watching Netflix & Hulu. Well, I still have Netflix but never sit down to watch anything like I used to. Where did my binge time go?? However, I never got Hulu. I've just been randomly catching up with the shows online. I've only recently started thinking about it again because when I try to watch Nashville or Blood & Oil, the lag time is so bad. AKA ABC Go sucks. The other channels are all fine. So my question is... for those of you that have Hulu, is it any better than just watching the shows straight off the channels website? ... Is the $8-12/month worth it?
This is something I've considered so many times but have never gone through with because I'm just impatient mostly. It's on my current 101 in 1001 actually. So is it worth it? Is it worth spending the however much it costs vs just shaving at home. Hello TMI & what is the average cost anyway??
I'm actually already in the process of applying. I'm just waiting on my admissions essay that I'm having a few friends proof read/edit. I want to switch fields. For those of you that don't know, I'm currently in education. My undergrad degree is a Bachelor's of Science in Social Studies Education. (Talk about pigeonholing yourself.) My plan for grad school is to get my Master's in Communication. My ultimate goal with that is to do something in PR. Here's why I ask if it's worth it. I always thought it would be required in order to get into the field. However, I met a girl when I was out one night who works in marketing & she told me that it wasn't necessary because I already have a degree & real world experience. All I really need to be able to do is sell myself because they hire people right out of college with no experience so I'm no different in that aspect. She told me to only go back if after a year of applying no one was calling. So, thoughts? Those of you who work in communications/marketing, or any field other than education/medical really, do you think grad school is worth it or should I just start applying like the girl said?