Uni(versity) classes officially start next week, the first of March, which is also, here in Australia, the first day of Autumn.
I have the best timetable for uni this semester. I only have 2 days of classes which are Wednesday and Thursday, and I think I did a pretty good job at my timetabling. Wednesday, I'm there from 11-5, and Thursday, 10-4. Each day, I have a one hour break; every 2nd Wednesday, however, I get a 3 hour break (one of my tutorials is held fortnightly -- win!)
I'm still looking for a job. Ugh. It's so hard to find an employer that's willing to hire a 20-year-old full-time uni student who's never had a job in her life, hence, has no experience in anything that they want me to have experience in. UGH!
The other day I visited my old high school with my sister (she just graduated last year) who needed to grab something from her old teacher, who also used to be my teacher AND is the uncle of one of my friends from senior school. He told me if he hears of any job opportunities, he'll notify me through my friend. Fingers crossed that someone he knows has an opening.
My teacher also said I looked really relaxed. I think I'm TOO relaxed. I'm looking forward to going back to school so I have an excuse to leave the house.
I spend BARELY
HALF a week in classes, so that means I get a DAMN LOT of free time. Other than studying, I might use that time to hang out at parks and things and take photos. Or draw. Or write. Or just chill.
Autumn's my favourite season. I guess 'cause it's the cooling-down season of the year. I mean, I love all four seasons equally, but autumn is #1 in my heart, yo.
Peace out to the chillax man.