Perhaps I was a bit overzealous in enrolling in five classes in addition to the school newspaper, the Spartan Daily, which has only four photographers on staff this semester. As with any job, there is always a matter of time management and prioritization of energy and effort. In majoring in photojournalism, this process has proven to be very difficult. Do I attend every class session because I have always been taught that grades are important? Do I accept as many assignments as possible because I was recently told that grades are unimportant and improving my portfolio should be my main concern? Does attempting to balance the two ultimately hurt me by having a marginal portfolio with marginal grades?
Will I ever find time to blog?