Who Am I?

My name is Matt Ullrich. I’m just some guy in college trying to figure out what I want to do with my life. I am going through major changes and I have big decisions to make. These decisions will shape who I am and what I do for the rest of my time.

This all started with possibly the biggest decision I think I have had to make in my life so far: choosing a major. I thought I knew exactly what I wanted to do and where I wanted my life to go but once I was on that path, something just did not feel right. That feeling was what made me reconsider not only what to major in but who I was as a person.

I want to strive to be a better person and one that squeezes every ounce out of life. The things I will write about will be the lessons I want to learn and internalize into who I am. I am not an expert by any means, nor do I do everything I write about but this is why I write. I want these lessons to really sink in so that I put them into practice and live my life to the fullest.  In reality, all we have is time and I do not want to waste mine.

While I am learning these lessons and putting them to use, I want to help others do the same. So although I do not expect many people to see my blog I hope that it helps at least one person that does. If you have anything to add to my posts or enjoyed reading them please let me know, I love to hear feedback. My main goal is to help myself to become a more motivated, a wiser, and a better all-around person while inspiring others to do the same.

Email me at: thejourneythatmatters@gmail.com

6 comments on “Who Am I?

  1. thanks for stopping by and subscribing Matthew! I enjoyed your article on arrogance and I will keep up with your posts. I think that your hope to inspire and motivate others through your personal journey is the right attitude to have when blogging. I look forward to further posts!

    • You are welcome and thank you for the support! I look over your blog a little and it seemed to go along with what I am trying to do, find and understand myself. I cannot wait to read futher into your blog, it seems very inspirational.

  2. Even though I have picked a major, I sometimes wonder if that’s sometimes I see myself doing. I enjoyed reading a few of your blog posts and find motivation. I’m also a college sophomore trying to find myself.

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