Thanks all!! @Juxtapose It wasn't a huge ceremony. Originally it was going to be just parents, and grandparents. But it grew to cousins, aunts/uncles, etc. All and all we had about 45 people attend.
In terms of games. PC is always digital. I love the ease of steam. But Consoles are all physical. I don't usually sell my games, so i've thought about going digital. I still like the idea of selling my shit after i'm done with it. Like right now i'm tossing up the idea of selling my PS4, and all of the games. Cause i don't play that bastard anymore.
Movies are all digital. I just watch everything on Netflix, or my Box. Having bookshelves of movies takes up a lot of space, and i just can't do it anymore. I'm considering getting rid of all of my movies, and tv series except for a select few cause they're sitting in plastic totes in my basement.
Music is all digital as well. Google Play Music is my best friend. I bought a subscription years ago when they first came to Canada cheap, and i still have that cheap sub.
I used to be all physical even in the digital age, but i got sick of having to try to either sell, or find space for the accumulation of movies, music etc. The convenience of Movie, and Music streaming has got me.
Even now with Xbox game pass i might even consider stop purchasing games.
@Law212 I'm going for a Combined BA Honours in Criminology, and Policing. It's Part time online, So if i work at it i will be done in about 5 years.
Just will open up some more doors for me.
I could get into anything from Policing, to Corrections, to youth and child, or social work, amongst other careers after the degree. In both private, and public sector.
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When I graduated from my program in April, I told myself . "Never landscaping again!" ... Then I had to get a job landscaping because I couldn't find anything else....
Tomorrow I start my job doing IT work for a Dental company. Pretty excited. I hope it goes well.
Best of luck tomorrow!! New careers are always exciting times.
It's funny i do landscaping, and pick up the odd construction jobs for some extra cash on my days off, and i love it.
It's hard work for sure, but very fulfilling.
I've personally done all of the major renos in my house so far.
I will do anything to get out of the restaurants for a few days a week. Weird being done work by 5/6pm, and not at 10/11pm