Seriously, it is. I read and do schoolwork. I search for jobs so that I’ll have something to do once all the schoolwork is complete. And I randomly read about forex trading because that’s my latest interest. Exciting, right?
Really, it’s not bad. I enjoy most of my classes, most of the time. I do not want to go into too much detail in case someone I know in real life reads this, but I’ll just say that I find it very frustrating when people who should not be in a certain class end up taking that class anyway. Listening to these people in discussion is just painful.
On the job search front, I have had a few rejections, which is sad. But I did have an interview today with a large company you’ve probably heard of. It was a case interview, which means I had to solve a business case with the interviewer watching and listening to me. It’s nerve-wracking, to say the least, and I have no idea how I did. I got the right answer and I explained my process, so hopefully that is a good thing.
I have been trying to learn more about money and finance in general, and the latest subject of my focus is forex (foreign exchange – it basically means currency trading). Do not worry, dear readers, this blog is not going to turn into some dull financial analysis website (if I ever do write one of those, it will be on a different domain).
Tomorrow is Wednesday, a busy day for me. Wish me luck in finding the source of the very vile stench that penetrated my room and bathroom today. It smells like a mix of old bleu cheese, mothballs (I’ve never actually smelled them, but this is how I would imagine them smelling), and rat poison. I have a bad feeling that this smell is indeed some form of pesticide, which begs the question: why could it not have been sprayed in the summer when no one was here? Ah, the mysteries of life.