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I’ve decided to write a short post in here since I have time. Not that I hadn’t been working on it earlier, but since my computer isn’t storing cookies for nearly as long as it should for some reason, most of my post got eaten when I went to click the Publish button because it had logged me out of almost everything I was logged into. I’ve since grown used to this, and I make sure that I’ve copied important posts before I hit that button so that I don’t lose posts I’ve worked really hard on. Since this problem is fairly recent, like I’ve said in previous posts, I’m pretty sure that it has to do with one of the settings on my computer not being what or where it should be — I’ll sit down with it as soon as I have some more time and fix the problem.
This is why I do all of my math homework on my mother’s desktop, though. It’s easier to do homework of that nature on a computer that’s not quite as temperamental as my laptop has been, and that reminds me — I have less than an hour left before I’m done with all of my lab hours for the semester! This pleases me to absolutely no end, because my last set of lab hours are due on April 18th. Next semester, I’ve been tossing the idea around in my head of taking something like statistics since I do need one math elective… but I’m not entirely sure. If I weren’t going to have a newborn by that point, I’d throw myself into my studies wholeheartedly and with the same vigor I always have.
That doesn’t mean that I’m going to slack off on school, though — oh, never.
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Having spent the better half of the last hour looking at the last twelve paychecks I’ve gotten, one thing has become clear — I’m not making as much money as I used to. Seeing as how I do a lot of freelance writing, the money that I bring in every two weeks is directly proportional to the amount of work I’m assigned. Needless to say, my paychecks can fluctuate! When I’m not making as much money as I’d like to begin with, I can’t help but worry when this happens. Since I have a three-year-old son and am seven months pregnant with my second child, making sure their needs are met is important to me. Because of this, I’ve been considering payday loans.
I’m really thinking of getting a payday loan from Pay1Day.Com the next time one of my paychecks is small. Not only do they have a safe and secure application that you can fill out online, but it doesn’t take any longer than three minutes to fill out! Approvals are instant, and you don’t need to fax in any documents to get one of these loans. As much as I like that, my favorite thing about getting a loan from this company is that absolutely no credit check is required. I’ve been denied my fair share of things because I have no credit at all, and it eases my mind to know I can fill out an application for a payday loan here and have it deposited into my bank account in just one business day.
So I’m still trying to think of a combination of classes to take next fall that will allow me to stay as close to full-time student status as I can without putting too much on my plate. So far, I’d like to take that literature course that I’ve been talking about if it’s also being offered during the fall semester, as would I like to take General Biology II and Yoga. But since that will only net me eight credit hours, I’m still considering adding something else to that list. However, I have to be slightly cautious in my approach for signing up for courses. As much as I’d like to continue knocking out all of the classes that I need, I can’t bring myself to do it at the cost of spending time with either one of my children. However, I’m not entirely sure about taking online classes either — I’m afraid that if I got too wrapped up in the daily activities that come with caring for my kids, I might eventually forget about an online class since physical attendance is not compulsory.
I’m sure I’ll come up with something I like while allowing me lots of free time.
In other news, since my mother suggested that someone get some more fitted sheets for the bassinet and receiving blankets, I think I’m going to ask Matt to do that. He’s been itching to buy things for James, and me and my parents have already done a good job of getting a lot of the things he’s going to be needing once he’s born. But now that we’ve thought of something that we could use more of, why not send Matt out to get them? He’s chomping at the bit here.