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''Oh.. and are there any job opportunities in that workfield..?'' No sir/madam, I purposely chose a major which wouldn't get me a job, all I do is sit around and sketch some casings we don't learn any actual skills. So that when I graduate I'll become a lazy artist who will just collect benefits, doesn't matter that I'm not in an art major, but thats what you want to hear, right? I'm so tired of this question, it is as if people just hear a ''buzzz...'' when I start explaining what I do and only hear ''design'' and make assumptions. Nghhhh.
So I'm seriously considerating joining NaNoWriMo (National November Writing Month www.nanowrimo.org) again this year. It's not completely unrealistic to squeeze in my schedule, if any, I feel like this will be one the last years I will get the opportunity. But it will certainly be a challenge and an interesting experience! I will be writing in Dutch, even though I strongly prefer how an English novel would sound, my sole experience with English writing comes from yelling at stranger neckbeards on the internet. Anyway, not enough to write a proper story. I've been thinking about a plot and characters for a few days now, to not start completely unprepared, like last time. A drama, with a large dash of romance, not necessarily because it will help the story, but because I think that would be the most fun to write for me. 50.000 words is a lot, so might as well make myself comfortable. Anyhow, nobody will probably read this. Kisses.