Wednesday, 13 June 2012

iTunes U

Okay, so for y'all who don't know - I didn't finish high school. I have Year 9, but then I was too sick to study (many other things before Ana). And you may know that I want to be a nutritionist, potentially an internal medicine doctor one day (like an endo). This is quite a feat when I haven't studied since I was 14, really. I know a hell of a lot because I've self-studied all my life, but my study severely lacks the structure I crave.

Today when Brother & I were discussing courses for me to look into for next year, he mentioned iTunes U, and I jumped on it.

It looks pretty basic (most of the things I've skimmed over ring loud bells), but it's gonna be so good to get some more structure in my studies until next year!



  1. Good luck. It's great you're trying so hard to not let your eating disorder ruin what you want to do in life.
    I hope you succeed in everything, you deserve it.

  2. Ever since I was 5, I wanted to be a doctor. I wanted to be a psychiatrist. And everyone told me I would be a great doctor, because I'm always calm and patient, whenever they have a problem, my friends always turn to me, and I always manage to help them out.
    However, in my last year of high school (last year), I realised that I wasn't meant for science. And I changed all my plans, now I'm studying languages, and I aim at being an ambassador.
    But I have friends in med school. I don't know if it works the same way in Australia, but med school is the hardest university in France. Only 5% of the students in 1st year make it to the 2nd year. And we have to study between 10 and 14 years before being a doctor ><' (I guess that's also why I don't regret not studying med after all).
    However, if that's your dream, I fully support you! Being a doctor is a great thing! Especially for you, being a nutritionnist would mean so much. I really hope you'll succeed ! :)