At this particular moment I am undeclared so I am not sure where I will end up in the future. However, I am almost positive I will end up in a math or science major. That being said, writing won’t be primary in my career.

If I end up in the science field and want to be a teacher at a University I will have to do research and report it. My reports will have to be thought out and well written. It should sound scholarly and authoritative. If I end up in a lab, my writing will consist more of short statements and conclusions. However, it will still need to be clear and concise.

If I end up as a math major, I can’t really see writing becoming a part of my career unless I decide to write a textbook or something of that sort. Part of this is due to the fact that I don’t enjoy writing. I am semi purposefully choosing career paths that don’t require large amounts of writing.

Outside of my actual career, there are several places I will use writing. First, I think it’s important to be able to write well in case you ever need to address someone either through a letter, email, or resume. Also, I have a food blog that I started last year (thedancingwhisk.com). While I am not super active on it right now, I could see myself getting really into it in the future. I didn’t realize when I started it that all blogs require a lot of writing. It has, and will continue, to push my writing to be more clear and engaging.


One thought on “Future”

  1. Good post! You’re probably right about there not being much involved in science and math fields. I think that being able to write well in a letter email, or resume is a good to be able to do. I’m thinking that for the art final you should make your chocolate espresso truffle pie or at least some quick and easy muffins.


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