I finally finished a bunch of bullcrap and will finally start training at the Home Depot this weekend. I'll be working freight, so I hope I don't have to interact with any customers. I'm glad to finally get started, as I had my interview almost a month ago.
I'm still trying to get crap around for registering for classes at my university. I had to fill out a readmission form, and next I need to sit down with an adviser to map out which classes I need to take. Normally I wouldn't bother, but because I never sat down with advisers after I transferred to this university back in 2010, I was forced to go to school for an extra semester, as I fulfilled all of my requirements, but was 7 credit hours short. I had forgotten all about having a certain number of credits to graduate no matter what.
In addition, I'm buying some textbooks from Amazon to go over the concepts of Financial and Managerial Accounting again before I delve into classes either this summer (hopefully) or fall. It's been five years since I've taken an accounting class, so I need the refresher before I delve into the intermediate classes. I'll most likely brush up on finance (which is the major I already have a bachelor's in) so that learning the accounting concepts will be easier for me to grasp.
I still need to figure out when I'll be taking the GMAT, but I should probably start studying for that shit no later than May.