Spotted an IT Manager position at a local school which looks interesting, money's so-so, but that's tempered a bit by it being local, plenty of leave, and slightly reduced hours. I also like the idea of the school environment, although perhaps the reality is something different from what I'm expecting.
The idea of a full time job has me fretting a bit, as long time readers with a good memory will remember I often talk about. It's not working, it's just having a job with enoguh work to do. I *hate* being trapped in the 9-5 without anything to do, hate Hate HATE!
Was having a look at Sainsbury's lease-to-buy option for a car, which all looked fine and dandy until you see the "final payment if you want to keep the car" amount. Ouch! I'm wondering how I'll afford a vaguely decent car, even with a millstone-like-loan.
Have started watched Last Train, nabbed from UKNova, which appears to be an oldish ITV series. It's a classic miserable dystopian series that us Brits do so well. It's not bad either, if you can get over the idea of a science fiction-y aerosol that can freeze everyone in a train carriage for a decade or two.