The University’s core purpose, and something I recently applied in practice.
The last two months of mine were dark. Coursework along 3 jobs and volunteering for a society left me with pretty much no room to do anything else – and if I could find a spare minute, I tried to apply to some jobs here in the UK, but I was told either “brexit-uncertainty-bla-blah” thing, or straight “no.” That didn’t help, and I felt so miserable that it started affecting my physical state. I did some exercise here and there, but that provided only a temporary fix, so I realized that I need to do more: At the end of March, I remapped my entire timetable, ended two of the jobs, the society took a spring holiday, and just like that, I set off into April as a new person. This then gradually gained intensity, and the last few days were an absolute blast. Let’s look at what I did over the last 10 days:
Last weekend I organized a road trip for friends, across the Western Highlands.
Then, this week kept me busy getting stuff done towards the degree show:
Measuring, laying cables, testing IR lighting…
…bolting bits and pieces into pure excitement.
Once the school closed, there was still some sunlight to have more fun – so nice to have them days long again!
The weekdays passed in light speed, and so did this weekend:
Such a massive change, so much better. I am living, again.
The outlooks are bright, too. I am thrilled about the upcoming weeks, as the artwork is taking shape. Come see the degree show, to see the result!
And I am chilled about what’s happening afterward. Some opportunity will show up – either here, or elsewhere. Last eight years I changed my address at least once per year, might as well keep that wheel spinning. You can follow my blog to stay updated on what the future holds for me.
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