Layby wasn't as scary as I thought it'd be; I quite like it there, and it's a nice change. I'm still pushing to get hours out in the back dock, however. It's almost relaxing being out there, putting security tags on everything, and not worrying too much about what's going on out on the floor. The pace is a little less hectic, and for one as prone to stress as I am, this could be a good thing.
This week is the week of all-nighters. I have an essay to write, a poster to design and write about, and an exam to study for. Between working 31 hours this week + rehearsals, it doesn't leave me much time, save for night-times. I've been so tired lately, so it'll be interesting to see how it goes staying up past 3am writing about diabetes and other health issues. I'll only be relieved when all this summer school work is over, and I can actually enjoy my holidays at last. I went out on Thursday night and brought some essential study items: a new keyboard + mouse since my old ones are kinda old and worn, and plenty of snack foods. Tomorrow night I'll get some Jolt Cola, and I should be set. woohoo.