So I'm part of the corporate machine now. Finished off my short programming diploma (with flying colours, I might add) and before I knew it, I'm part of one of the largest technology companies in the world. I honestly can't complain, but... I still can't help but feel I don't belong. It's like I just don't have anything other than work and sleep now. No room to do anything anymore. No room to grow, other than in the business world. Which can be a very frustrating place. So many walls you run into.
I've also "recently" started playing Magic the Gathering. I say "recently", as I started a little more than a year ago, so I guess I'm still quite new at the game, but I am already a Tournament Organiser and have a player group of nearly 40. Which is rather large, when you consider that the game barely had any players in my area a year ago.
Anyway, I just feel like I'm leaving many of my skills unpracticed and unattended. I still feel like there is so much more I can learn to do, but that they are all time consuming interests.
Its an odd life. When I'm at home, all I want is more time, and when I'm at work all I want is more time.... and when I sleep... yeah.