I have a month today to finish up the things that I would like to get done here and to prepare before I move to Toronto. I have been having thoughts about how I will be missing certain things. My pay every week and my coworkers, my friends and even beginning to think about my family.
But I have been informed that the missing will probably change to excitement and meeting new people. I’m not cut off to this work I live in now, I will come back probably, I will try at least. But there is not a door closing, more like just a new door opening.
I happy to inform you all that have been accepted into Bitmaker Labs program, for the January start. The interview went great, it however was not Skype but a phone call. By the end of it, I was more excited about the course when I knew even more about it. Erik, the guy who works there, said that he usually takes a couple days to think about candidates for the program. Even the couple people I had talked to had said that too, but I am different, he said that I would be a good fit at Bitmaker Labs. Huge confidence boost.
Now it is getting my finances in order as well as figuring out what I am doing for school wise with courses I am currently in and the ones I still need to take.
Just sitting back and realizing that in less than two month, I will be sitting in my Toronto condo, typing an aspect paper, blogging and learning web development.
6. Get G License
I can now officially drive all over the world with this license. I wanted to get it for two reasons, one my G2 expires next year and also for the potential road trip to California next summer with two of my good friends. Funny story, I have a Mazda 3 so I have a lot of power, I almost failed this test because the driver instructor kept telling me to slow down. However she pasted me because my driving abilities are good, just need to slow down.
I know lady, that’s what three cops have told me already :P
I have been going over the list of 566 Objectives and have found that most of the ones that I want to do are ones I will be able to do once I move to Toronto. The ones that are more adventurous are ones I will be doing when I come back from Toronto. However if I do end up getting a full time position at a technology company or have my own things to do, I might be looking for a place for myself.
A lot, and I mean a lot of things are going to change.
I am beginning to think about the full risk and doubt about moving to Toronto. I know that it will be a huge learning curve and I will learn a lot of things. But the fear of moving is starting. It is already November and that means in two months I will be moving to Toronto. 60 days. In my head that seems like a soon enough number to freak out a little bit.
I booked a place in Toronto to live, it is relatively down town with a commute of 15 minutes to downtown. There is a Starbucks down the street and the Go Station a couple blocks further. It might only be one thing of a thousand things to do before January, but that is a big one. I am beginning to feel excited day after day about moving and doing this. However if I think too much, I begin to think about how I will be moving out, moving away and leaving my jobs, my life here in my childhood home.
Big things are happening.