|Washington University in St. Louis.
|PhD Philosophy and History of Science
I always knew I was doing it right. No one ever told me, but there was this feeling, and it was natural, like the wind and the summer breeze, and the dawn, and the first rays of sunshine in the morning. I’ve been kind of an old soul when I was a kid – my mom used to call that “a thinker”. So, no one was especially surprised when I came home to announce I would study philosophy.
Every time I made a decision, my family was really supportive, so I went to Washington to continue my education. In the meantime, I studied a lot on my own, because I believed it would help me in the future. Eventually, it turned out that high school was just a playground, and there was something bigger waiting for me ahead.
Studies did not bring much pleasure. I was a kind of a loner, and would never give up my academic achievements for social activity. Being on campus meant only one thing: there would be endless conversations going on around me, and that’s not what I wanted in life. A passion for writing was born back then, when I would sit, engulfed in a book and barely understanding what was going on around me. That was the true life. That was a profession. Anyone who would give me alternative tips, was ignored.
Knowing Who You Are
Now, as I come to understand life better, I think I was too confident for my age, but my interests did not change: I still enjoy spending time with my tasks more than I thrive on socializing. That’s not the way to live for someone out there, but here, I’m talking about myself. Being a writer means a great deal to someone who struggles for perfection on a daily basis.
You have to take responsibility for students, who make their first steps in academic sphere, and that is really heartwarming. Every feedback I get is valuable, and once you start committing to the job you chose as your favorite one, there are benefits waiting for you. I’m glad to be a person who comes for help – such a precious role!
I won’t make predictions, because I depend on my mood swings just like any other person, but I know that creative tasks is something I love. When you have to make up stuff from scratch, inspiration is the only option. I’m delighted to provide students with high quality papers. Some of them may be just like me when I tried to figure out how to meet the deadline. The challenges they face resonate with me, and I can relate to my customers on practically every level, which makes me content and relieved.