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Just a quick blog to celebrate how productive I felt this week! You know all those silly administrative, convoluted, annoying things adults (which I am realizing more and more that I am) have to do constantly just to continue normal life? I have a lot of those going on right now with all the changes I’m making in my life, and I managed to tackle a few of them this week. I am a person who derives much pleasure from checking off items on a “To Do” list…
I finally (after working on the application for months) got my passport stuff to Passport Canada. I can’t believe what a scavenger hunt that whole process is! Photos, signatures, photocopies, birth certificate, and a guarantor to sign all that… A neat coincidence – the lady at the passport office has the same birthday as me!
I finally got a money order for my residence deposit at the college I am starting at in March. And it cost $6.50! It took me a few weeks to get the forms signed, the requisite photos, and the money order, and I felt so good when I finally sent it. The reward is that I already found out I got a spot, so I will not be homeless. This is a good thing.
I also needed a haircut (check), massage appointment before my insurance disappears (check), and an appointment with my MD to convince him to recommend the orthotics I already paid $350 for, again before my insurance disappears (check).
Next up: find out if my bank recognizes my program for a line of credit, apply to another bank (assuming my bank doesn’t work out), and call Canada Revenue Agency to find out if they recognize my school as an educational institution.
Whew, I needed to vent. Thanks for reading!
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