School week ends, work week begins

Hello everyone and welcome back to the blog once again this week! My school week is over now (as I really only have my two classes on Monday and Wednesday) and after a nice day off of doing my own thing it is time to head back to work (that is where I am as I type this out). I have 6 shifts in a row going over this long weekend into next week. The day shift this morning, 3 overnights, and two evening shifts (including one that comes after class on Wednesday). I am looking forward to getting to spend some time relaxing at work over the long weekend. I find the overnights to be quiet and give me a lot of time for contemplation.

First Latin test is over now, and I am more than satisfied with the way that things turned out (83%) and this is really making me feel that I can for sure ace this University thing. I know that I do not yet get the opportunity to jump into the Philosophical side of my education until next semester, but this whole experience has really gotten me thinking…I really need to read some of the these Philosophers on my own time. If I plan on one day joining the ranks of the greats, may as well spend some time reading up on them, and more so on the ones from our own time. I cannot say that I have done a whole lot of that, and it turns out there may be some repetition in information, or at least I want to make sure my ideas are my own and not claimed by someone else. Fair so say right?

Either way, should be a great day today, and over the weekend, I want to spend a lot of time while at work typing out more essays and getting a lot farther on the writing of my book (which school has unfortunately caused me to push to the back burner for a while). I do not want to lose touch with those things that I value the most and one of those is my writing. Thus why I started a blog in the first place!

I hope you all have a great weekend, next post coming Monday or Tuesday!

Published by mlevis1996

24, Father of Anti-Humanist Philosophy (The AntiJudgementalism Handbook (2020) and 2019 Meditations (2020))

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