Wow, I went completely hermit for a month. It took reading through the entire archives of Not Always Right to get me out of it. So, quick run-down of the changes: I am no longer a bagel shop employee, I am now a reluctant half-time student, and I have completely fallen down on learning to play my guitar.
Do not be sad about the unemployment, it is a good thing. Employment led to me being a hermit. When I am a hermit, I do not write blog posts. So yay, unemployment. Also, now that I have more time, I have an idea to make me practice guitar. It involves youtube and self-humiliation. So you likely have that to look forward to.
As for the half-time student thing, please don’t tell me how this is a good thing, how people my age should be getting degrees. I disagree. The half-time student thing is solely so that I can defer on student loans(whilst adding more, this is why we’re in a recession!). I have a whole rant on schools, but it comes down to this. I’m 18. I don’t know what I’m doing with my life yet, and I already have ~$3,000 in student loans to pay. I do not want to have to put my life on hold whilst racking up even more debt just for a piece of paper that says I’m qualified to do something that I am not positive I want to spend my life doing.
Okay, rant over, and I think blog post over. I am going on an anti-hermit campaign, so I will be writing many more blog posts hopefully. Maybe people will even read some of them. If not, I can still pretend that the web hosting is worth it.
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