If you are thinking of going back to school anytime soon but you are talking yourself out of it because it restricts you from doing other things, then I have a story for you!
My husband –who by the way—loves to celebrate all of our special anniversaries, booked us into an adorable little cottage at Eagle Lake in Northern Maine. Of course, he had to reserve our “usual” cottage in advance. At the time he did so, I was uncertain of how much homework would be assigned in my Linguistics class which I am taking at the University of New Hampshire. I am taking this Linguistics course as a Language Arts requirement for my self-designed program at Granite State College because I had a difficult time understanding the Online version of Linguistics that Granite State College offers.
So, here I am today, sitting in this adorable little cottage in Northern Maine surrounded by my books, laptop, battery-operated mouse, and a printer provided for me by my husband so that I could “get away” with him for our second wedding anniversary.
Nowadays technology makes all things possible when it comes to taking your homework on the road.
Even if you think that the technology is too daunting a task to tackle, Granite State College offers computer courses in varied locations across the state of New Hampshire for the convenience of students who are interested. It is a most excellent way to take a hands-on approach to getting technologically up to speed. For example, since I do not have wi-fi in the cabin, I will save this word document in my sweet little pink flash drive. When I return home to Exeter, New Hampshire on Monday, I will copy this document from my flash drive into my blog. It’s a piece of cake!