I finished community college a little more than a month ago and am currently waiting to get my associates sent to me. At this point, I don't know if I want to go back to college. Semesters go by quickly and I'm expected to work faster than what my mind allows. It's too stressful. Test accommodations are great and all, but that doesn't fix that fact that I don't learn much in a semester. I learn better on my own at my own pace. Plus, I don't know what I could major in that I could get a job doing. I will only go back to college if I do find that major worth going for.
Since college might be permanently put off, I've decided to look for a job. I would like some money, especially with what I really want to do this fall. My mom recommended me sign up for job help (specifically job help for disabled people). I hope I get accepted so I do get help. I don't think I'll be able to get a job without a lot of help.
In order to be accepted and get that help, you have to show proof of disability. So I got a hold of my records from a place I went to get the autism diagnosis in high school. When I looked through it, there was a few outdated pieces of info, but the autism diagnosis was there (it was before the DSM change, so it was still noted as Asperger's). But there was something else there too. I was also diagnosed with an anxiety disorder at that time. I'm not shocked by it. It makes a lot of sense.
In other news, I've noticed that my interests have shifted. I'm usually all about Animorphs and German, but I'm finding Japanese to be more interesting at the moment. I also have found myself interested in something that I consider a guilty pleasure (if you want to know, I have posted a few on my blog in the past).