AuthorTopic: Happy to Study
@2018-12-23 03:43:32
I was quite happy when I was studying and learning. That was why I stuck to it. It was not a drag like work can be a drag. It was very addicting as well, which sometime made me tense.
@2018-12-27 20:13:44
Agreed. I actually looked forward to it (I cant believe I just admitted that) but I am glad that I dont feel guilty about having a social life anymore. I can now go to a party without having to worry about how much I could have accomplished if I had stayed home.
@2019-01-13 19:53:53
Though the topics were interesting, I didn't enjoy the studying at all since I found it stressful to go through the material fast.

But I do agree that now all of a sudden, it feels like something is missing...
@2019-04-01 18:23:44
As someone who unfortunately isn't loving work right now, studying for the CFA was a way I could kind of stay sane for the 10 hours of crap that the office felt like. I am not learning a great deal on the job, but with the CFA, I felt like I was doing something to improve my skillset and my resume and that kept me feeling OK about where I was in life.

Now that I've sat for the exam, I feel great about having attempted it, but the 7 weeks of waiting for results are going to be pretty dull. I no longer have something that I'm striving for to distract me from the day-to-day.

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