Recently.

I’ve taken a short term gig, out west of here, at a place named Chillagoe. It’s the same old, same old as far as construction work in the resource sector goes.

One thing about Chillagoe, the internet access is shite.

 As in pretty much useless between 17:30- 0730.

This is playing havoc with the diploma. The econ part of it goes down alright, when there’s some reliable contact with the modern world. Playing catch up for three weeks of absecence gets kinda exciting when you try to cram those three weeks into a couple of days.

The cutoff for the econ tests I had to complete was 11:45 20/04. 

I can reall answering the last question at 11:44. 

The fun stuff I get up to on my R’n’R. 

Economics, Accounting and Distance Ed


Just a short note for people like me who lack discipline and tend to waltz on into things they’re not necessarily prepared to take on.
Distance education ain’t the best option. 

Being in your home location lends itself to a more relaxed approach to things. And when you sign up for something as basic a Diploma of Business Studies, that’s been designed by people who want you to achieve something that may entice you into a degree, you need to consider your timings and approach to the subject.

I ain’t having a whine, I’m just reflecting on the process so far. 

As complex as the subjects I’m studying are and I’m enjoying it, there’s a need to have your shit together. 

Like learning how to use certain software. My past weekend has been consumed with a crash course on using MS Excel, while learning the various accounting equations.

This isn’t my way of doing business. I like organisation. I like structure.

Just some good for thought.