A positive outlook
I’m back at uni, and I am optimistic about it this time.
I’m not sure if it’s because Swinburne doesn’t suck balls like Melbourne or Monash, but I feel good about where I’m at and what I’m doing.
Part of it is probably because I have finally left the rut of first year subjects that are designed for donkeys, and are taught by similar four-legged animals. Seriously, the lecturers at Swinburne set out their expectations of us, they treat us like adults, and they set out similar expectations of themselves. Thank. Fucking. God.
Oh and they actually possess self-confidence, which means that we are more likely to respect them and our place as their pupils.
Though, I should mention that I’m already struggling with mustering enough energy to study after I return home at night. It’s as if as soon as I open the front door my body starts to shut down, declaring that my body and mind is now officially out of commission.
Obviously, this is not conducive to being a productive human being so I need to fix this issue immediately. I’m thinking that I may have to do the bulk of my study while I am still on campus as the lull of travelling via public transport begins the mind’s shut down process. Well, that’s my hypothesis anyway.
I’ve also got to organise my financial situation as I intend to purchase a new car at the end of the year, but currently cannot manage to make my money last more than three days after getting paid.
This is just fucking sad to be honest, but I’m confident that I can tackle these annoying habits to make sure that 2014 isn’t another year filled with regret, disappointment, and failed subjects.
So yeah, positive outlook people!