As of 8:45 this morning I am offically done with taking my final exams for the Spring 2015 semester. This semester has definitely has its fair share of ups and downs over the past 15 weeks. I was sick several different times and with my schedule I really had a hard time trying to get up the energy to go to my 8:00 am class. Realistically, it didn’t help that the class was Intermediate Macroeconomics and I’m not even an economics major. I was required to take it because of my Business Administration requirements. The only large issue that I had with that class was that all of our exams were open ended questions as opposed to even partially multiple choice, which I would have done a lot better with. Overall, as long as I pass his class I’ll be happy. I only need to pass to be able to move on to the next class, since this class was a prerequesite for another class. Thankfully the next one is just geared toward dealing with human resources and things of that nature instead of actual economic regulations and theory. I’m also supposed to be taking a summer class that I really need, but I currently don’t have the money for it whatsoever. On the bright side I’m pretty sure that my Aunt Michelle is going to cover my costs so that I can take the class. I’m legitimately so grateful that she has been able to help me with all of my school costs and to help me get everything set up for my education supplies and everything else associated with it.
Other than that John and I are in the process of trying to buy a house so that we aren’t always wasting our money on rent and other miscellaneous costs. At this point we aren’t even sure if our electric is hooked up properly and there is a small chance that we might be paying for part of our upstairs neighbors electric costs, which we would really like to not be doing if that is the case. Also, our landlord has made reference to wanting to remodel our bathroom, and I would really like to move before he does that so that we don’t have to pay more every month for rent. It’s just counterproductive for us at this point, when we could be putting money towards our mortgage instead of just tossing it towards rent.