I have realized several more important things.
One: I spent a lot of time on the computer, and a lot of the things I would like to do, (writing, news trawling, programming, etc.) would involve spending more time on a computer. This is slight problematic in that I think my family would like to see me once in a while. and also I am now sharing a computer with people who live in the same house as I do.
Two: I had a lot of, if not “free” time, certainly “self directed” time at the college. Now I’m following the schedule of my family, who likes to get up before 10, and thinks that going to bed at 2 am is slightly excessive. (I can’t imagine why…)
This leads me to my next point!
Three: I am going to get up early to use the computer, so it can be used by others the rest of the day. *pause* Yes, really. *longer pause* I’ll drink some coffee in the morning, okay! I shall triumph over scheduling!
That is all.
No, it isn’t. I am also going to try and find out more information about my possible library job, and if it is 20 hours a week, which I suspect, I will try and find another job to bring me up to the requisite 40 hours. *slumps* It must be done. And it seems that most places in town are hiring! Time to join the work force again.