Do I have to write a title every time

4 November 2022

I've been managing. I actually don't really have a lot to say but I just feel like writing right now.

I'm not at all ready for my exam in four days. Fuck this shit. Never take maths in university. You have to do shit like proofs where there's no real discernable method for coming up with them and you're just stuck on your own.

I may or may not get a job this summer break. I did an interview for a retail chain and they weren't sure if they were able to take me on, because I'm going for a holiday over the busiest retail period of the year. My holiday is only for five days, but it's at a pretty inconvenient time for retailers.

But it's looking very likely that I'll get a volunteer role at a cat shelter! Well, it's more like a rescue. The first one I emailed, they sent me a form to fill out and send back. It's been over a week and I have not heard back from them at all. I'm having more luck with the second rescue I emailed, though. The person who replied said they would get me trained up for adopting out kittens, which I agreed to. I'm still waiting for a reply on that, but they will probably email me back next week, if not tonight.

My dad wants me to take up forex trading. I think that's something I will do to earn some extra cash. I can also get closer to my dad that way. Not closer as in "our relationship will strengthen", but closer as in "maybe he will tolerate my presence a little more". I also would like to move out once I get out of university (lmao in this economy), so by both forex trading and getting closer to my dad, we could work together to find a home for me.

I don't really know where to start on the road to mental recovery. The first thing that comes to mind is "therapy", but is there any way to work through it myself? I don't know. I have no idea.

That's all for now, I guess.