I’m Going to Be a Scientist

A data scientist, that is

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I did something wholly frightening and against everything I thought I knew about myself as a person. You see, I thought I was just a creative person, creator, a creative. I can write, know my way around Photoshop, can film and edit a YouTube video, and create a podcast from the ground up.

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Personal essays hardly pay the bills, but they are my passion, and a little passion is far better than none.

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Personal essays hardly pay the bills, but they are my passion, and a little passion is far better than none.

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