- January 4, 2019 at 4:46 am #4687
My Ideal day starts with the usual morning routine. Breakfast, cup of coffee, brush and floss, walking the dog, then bathing and changing into good clothes.
If it’s a weekend then i’d probably be wearing home clothes and spending the morning studying. After all, when it comes to computer studies, the studying never really ends. It’s like taking a new course whenever a new program or language comes around. I’d spend the Saturday afternoon with friends so at least I won’t be cooped up indoors all the time. Maybe go to movies or just have a barbecue and talk about the good old days. I’d spend a Sunday afternoon for myself, relaxing to music or whatever it is I feel like doing that day. Sunday is like the “me” day, so it really boils down to whatever is interesting to me that day. Evenings, especially dinners, will always be with the family. Not quite sure if I’ll be wed before my 30s but in any case, it’s all about talking to them and sharing experiences.
If’ it’s a weekday, then I’d be wearing clothes fit for work. It’ll probably be a 9 to 5 thing. I don’t think I want to work past 8 hours a day. Crunch culture is so overrated, IMO. I get home around 6 and I’d spend that time with the family until dinner comes around.
After dinner, I’d wind down and do my evening routine before heading to bed. It’s almost like the half the morning routine, but it’s geared to get me a good night’s sleep.January 5, 2019 at 1:12 am #4791eileencashParticipant
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Ugh, finally. I’m glad to know someone feels the same way about crunch. 6 hour shifts FTW!January 5, 2019 at 1:15 am #4793
Straight up! 😎January 5, 2019 at 1:18 am #4795OfpadParticipant
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Seems like you know what you want in life, Tyrone. I take it the 9 to 5 work you want is related to computer studies as well? What specific branch of computer studies are you interested in?January 5, 2019 at 1:24 am #4797
Right now, I’ve got my eyes set on programming stuff. That being said, I want to be a well-rounded computer expert. I want plenty of opportunities opened for me and I don’t feel like limiting myself either. Programming just happens to be my weakness.
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