Kicking around the idea of going back to school, and am wondering if it's even worth it. I'm in a very good situation, so going back to school isn't something that's a goal to improve my job or income (although I guess it couldn't hurt). A little background, I'm married with two kids, and I have a job as a media director for a large company, and I make good money. I got an associates degree from a community college at 22, and started working in my field immediately - so I never pursued a BA. If I went back to school, it'd probably be to finish up with a degree in design. I use Photoshop a lot, and it'd give me a chance to polish up on it, and learn Illustrator (something I've been wanting to learn) and have a hard goal in mind. Honestly, there are really only two reasons I'm considering it. From a personal standpoint, I hate not being able to say I finished school. And #2, I don't want my kids to look at me at a crossroads in 15+ years and say "well, you never finished school." But, I'm not sure if either of those reasons are good enough to totally disrupt my/my family's life - as well as spend the money - to essentially get a piece of paper. Any thoughts? Just looking for impartial opinions, as well as people may have gone back later in life.