I'm moving out of my apartment and back in with my parents so they can support me while I drop all income and go back to school (for better income lol).
Now, I currently have a roommate who has been paying the internet and he told me yesterday he doesn't want to pay for the month of internet when we're only going to be here for the first half so he won't be paying for it. This means my internet will probably be cut off August 1st and I don't move in with my parents to steal their internet until August 14th. Fortunately, I can do my current school work off my significant other's computer or my phone if need be, but I won't be able to get on Steam and therefore won't be able to log into Wurm. I might be able to show up between the 14th and the 20th, but I'm going to have to take a week or two from there to get back in the habit of (1) waking up early again (2) physically going back to school/doing school work and (3) socializing with people my age (as where I currently live it's infested with old people 55+).
So this basically means I probably won't be around during much of August except here and there. I'm currently working on finishing all offers I made to make sure they're done before the first of August. If I promised anything, please don't hesitate to remind me
I might have to extend my absence a little more. I've moved into my parents finally (still working on unpacking). I turned on the computer, hit the steam button to log into Wurm. Problem is: Steam won't even get past the start up that it always gives me "Updating Steam Information..." It's been sitting at 99% for the past 20 minutes. So I decided to check my internet speed. Turns out, my download speed is 0.54 Mbps and my upload speed is 0.29 Mbps. EXTREMELY SLOW. And my parents are on a super tight budget (they're already having to go out of their way to buy me a new TV that my brother broke during the move). So I probably won't get any better speed until I get a job and pay my parents to up the speed. Until then, I shall keep trying to log into Steam, but I don't even know how the game will react to my slow speed...
Update: I have an interview for a job tomorrow! Hopefully I get it and start raking in some money so I can pay off my parents for better internet Also, I may or may not be moving in with the significant other after a few paychecks. We still have to fully talk this out.
Update: Turns out the job I applied for wasn't the job I got. I applied for a table serving position at a restaurant. They told me I didn't have experience but they would take me on as a busser and in 2 months they would see how I was doing and talk about promoting me to server. So I took the job figuring I could wipe down tables for a couple of months to get to know the place and then start waiting tables. However, my first day on the job, they told me I was a Food Runner. With an already bad shoulder, I had to learn to lift a 50lbs+ tray and somehow make it to a table 50 feet away with out spilling it all. Not only was it putting pressure that didn't need to be on my messed up shoulder, I was getting dizzy and nauseous after an hour of work. Next morning, I was physically shaking and having really bad heat flashes. Needless to say, it didn't work out. Still on the search for income.
But internet is better! Well, when nobody else is using it. I talked to my parents after getting the job (before working it) about getting some better internet. My dad mentioned he still had the router I used before I moved out and it wouldn't cost them any more money than they're already paying for it; just amplify the strength I guess?
Anyways, I'm active unless I'm at school or working on homework for now (and on weekends when I'm spending time with the significant other). While also job searching...
And about the moving thing: We've talked extensively about the topic. We're going to wait for either a 2 bedroom to come available at his apartment complex or if my parents move before it comes available, we'll cramp ourselves inside his tiny apartment. Which means it probably won't happen for at least another 2 months.