One of my favorite ‘fun facts’ about myself is that I got married in college when I was just 20 years old. Megan had turned 21 exactly 7 days before our marriage (which proved clutch for our honeymoon in Colorado, as we wouldn’t have been able to rent a car otherwise!). At the time we got married, I had a year left of schooling, and Megan had a full two years left en route to her Master’s degree.
In our generation, that raises some eyebrows and drops some jaws! After all, before deciding when to get married, there are some other considerations to make, like, you know, who to get married to, and if you even want to be married. For us, getting married, getting married to each other, and getting married young were all pretty simple decisions, despite their gravity, and I’m happy to walk you through our journey.
I was accepted into the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas, and I was accepted into the Mays School of Business at Texas A&M University, and I was torn between the two. Deciding between UT vs. A&M isn't something I was about to take lightly. Sure, you could say "either place will be great," but the thing is, picking a college is one of the most impacting life decisions I will ever make. I put a lot of thought into it, and if you also happen to be stuck deciding between these two universities, who knows, maybe my thoughts will help you.
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