Well, it is still winter here in the UP… and I’m still in school. I have to say that when I first went back to school I was pretty excited about the prospect of learning about visual design, usability, etc… For the most part it’s been a lot of fun and I think that I have absorbed a good amount of valuable information. However, when you get close to the end it seems hard to not want to be done.
In some ways I don’t want to be done. I am interested in learning more and I know that there are a lot of things that I need to learn. But, I have a pretty good idea of what those things are, and I will put the time in and make sure that I do learn everything I need to.
Lately things have seemed pretty overwhelming. I have five classes, six jobs (only three provide consistent hours), a need to be somewhat active, a wife, and household duties (which I am sucking out on). There honestly just isn’t time to get everything done. And what I’m finding is that the things that I do want to do have to be pushed aside for things that I don’t want to do. Why is it that the people that like to assign busy work also like to test you on mundane details related to said busy work, and that people that have spent the time to develop an assignment really just leave you to your own devices to get it done. This stuff is frustrating me and I can’t wait for it to be over.
Well, I’m going to stop because I guarantee you that there is something else I should be doing.