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I look forward to my daily one hour walk. Walking is free. Walking is healthy for your body, mind, and spirit. So yes to walking!
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I am planning to go to London this weekend as a treat to myself for working so hard over Easter and as a way of recovering from stress. As a book nerd I plan to explore as many bookshops as possible. I can't wait! I love just wandering around London; there is always so much going on and it is the perfect place to people watch.

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I've been in a long distance relationship for a few years already and have been eager to see my partner again, after today we only have one month left until the wait is over for our next visit!

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TBH, I would have a hard time thinking of even one thing I'm looking forward to. I usually look back to things I wish didn't stay back there.

Ummmm.....I guess I'm looking forward to laying down so my back will stop hurting?

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Looking forward to going to see this manuscript at the State Library. Plus doing more research on this book I just bought and it's very rare dust-jacket. No-one seems to know much about it so it will be fun trying to find out.
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Finally committing to a schedule via education in September for sterile processing. I’m getting a little stir-crazy not having any immediate challenge or function in my life. I’m too young to be wasting time and opportunity, even thought it’s an uncanny, and competitive 1st-world society regarding relationships and jobs. I am a wing-nut by trade, meaning if you throw me into a work environment I can pick up small things fast and I’m not afraid to ask questions. In the past people have thought I was dim or lacking intelligence because I ask so many darn questions lol. In every job i’ve had so far, after around a month’s time i am adapted to my environment and can hold my own. I’ve just stopped applying for restaurant jobs at this point before school because my relevant references are no longer valid. I am a very good cook and know that I am in fact employable at any 3-4 star restaurant but they don’t want to give me a chance. I take pride in every dish I make at home. I feel like job interviews are so dumb and bias in every shape and form, and am happy that I won’t be in an occupation that requires a human resources team to grill me. I am fairly certain that this kind of occupation doesn't attract sociopaths either.

I like the idea of co-op based programs as I will finally have the chance to prove myself in a living wage career environment, where responsibility is important and not just a flaunt or political BS like all my past jobs have been. I won’t be interacting with the general public which i’m grateful for, and the only other relatable occupation i can think of is a mortician. I just hope my assigned supervisors are fair, non-machiavellian leaders.
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