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Old 09-21-2019, 09:47 AM   #1
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Default My Future Plan

I decided to make a list of what I want to accomplish in the next little while. It's my attempt to try to deal with one thing at a time instead of having all of them in my head at once. Easier said than done, mind you. It goes something like this:
  • Get over the wisdom teeth surgery (and pray that it goes smooth).
  • Continue to do homework while recovering (as long as I'm not in too much agonizing pain and there are no setbacks or complications).
  • Prepare for the Hiring Event on the 9th (I should be fully recovered by then).
  • *Look for another place to live once I get a well paying side job (more on that below).
  • Try to keep doing paint night (even though it keeps getting cancelled at the last minute).

Regarding the 4th point, things are getting tense here, the last couple of weeks especially. I moved out of my parents' house because I was tired of dealing with everybody. Now my friend and his fiancée always seem to be fighting about something. Last week I was making supper, and as I was about to serve it, they had a big blow up, and nobody really ate. I'm just sick and tired of it all. I know all couples have their disagreements, but I'm talking about full blown shouting matches. I'm sick and tired of being caught in the middle of other people's drama.

I never seem to be consulted on anything either. They planned this poker get together the other night without telling me and I was a little upset. They can get really loud when they drink, so I asked them to have it somewhere else, which I seemed to be pulling teeth. They don't seem to respect the fact that I live here too and I'm never consulted on things like these. I cook and clean and help out. The basement living room is filled with junk my friend keeps buying off of Kiijji and if I ever left a mess one tenth as bad, I'd be out the door. We seem to be polar opposites. I'm more quiet and reserved, while they like to be loud and have a good time. And when I'm studying and bring down the kid and blast the radio without warning, it's a pain in the ***. I always try to accommodate them and be quiet when they or their little one is sleeping. Why can't they do it for me? There is no communication either. When I'm doing or not doing something, they let it slide 6 or 7 times before they get pissed off and say something. When I make a mistake, I make a million.

It just doesn't seem to be working out here. I think I need a place of my own with no roommates. The problem is I can't afford it. I have tried looking for jobs but all I find are these scams on indeed. I'm hoping this hiring event is the solution.

Sorry for what seemed to be a positive post turn negative, but I had to get this off of my chest. I can't seem to win no matter how hard I try. And people wonder why I don't have a positive attitude.
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Old 11-19-2019, 09:56 AM   #2
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Hey king,

How is everything going? It's been a month or two since you posted this thread. How did the hiring event go?
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