Filed under: Nursing School, Personal with tags: cheerful antics, excitement, musings
2015 is going to be a big(gish) year for me. There’s so much to do in the first half, that it’s a bit overwhelming:
January: Having a “no spend” month (besides: tuition, groceries, gas, regular bills). (What was I thinking?)
January-March: Preceptorship 1, temporarily move, complete 300 clinical hours. Don’t mess up.
March-May: Preceptorship 2, move back home (!), complete 300 clinical hours. Don’t mess up. Hopefully get a job. Maybe go on a (short) trip?
June: Graduate and end of my 8 year stint in the post-secondary education world. For now. Write the NCLEX and pass. Get a job. And maybe a car.
July: Attending a wedding, date TBD – yay!
August: T-Swift concert and BlytheCon Vancouver.
After August…? Who knows? The goal is to have 2/3 of my student loans paid off before I finish school in May, and then to do a family loan to cover the last 1/3 as family doesn’t charge me interest like the student loans people do. Then the real goal is to have that loan paid off before the end of 2015, so I can be debt free in 2016. Moving out (for real) is also part of the Life Plan, along with telling the parents about the Boyfriend (finally), and being a Grown-Up (whatever that looks like). Likely I will need to get a car once real life hits, because relying on transit when I’ll be working as a casual/getting called in for shifts will be a huge pain.