And considering I’m bad at time management, it might just be a rough one, too.
First of all, there’s the game I’ll be coding for that team I talked about yesterday. Great fun, but I also still have a game project of my own, and I’m thinking of adding another one to that, got some fun gameplay mechanics in mind. There’s a much larger project in need of attention, too. I’ll be making the new data management system for the company I work at (about damn time we got something good), and I’m guessing I’ll be doing that all by myself. (Yet there’s still the requirement I juggle an extra account for the version management of the thing, ugh.) Haven’t done PHP in a while, should be fun getting back into that.
And we haven’t even touched the “smaller” stuff yet! I need to start drawing more, I didn’t get that tablet for nothing. The practice definitely doesn’t hurt either. Haven’t been doing anything with 3D modeling lately either. Should step my game up, don’t want to lose what little knowledge of Blender I had gained! Same goes for learning geometry. There’s Caves, too, if I ever dare to pick that up again. Pick that up… Pick… The guitar pick laying on my desk constantly reminds me I need to get back to its instrument, but I haven’t touched it in months now. At the very least I should read up on my music theory.
Not to mention I’ll be hanging with friends a lot, which takes priority over all aforementioned things. Factor in I also have a rough time getting and staying focussed, and an entire summer won’t be enough for me to get anything done. I fear for my sanity, time, and wallet. Wallet? Yes. I got two weeks of home-alone time. Sounds like a nice opportunity to go and hit that Ballmer Peak, eh?
Bad idea, bad idea.