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I really think it might be time to start a job hunt.

Nothing really terrible about my current situation, it's just that with a lot of sites being completed and not a lot more ready for me, I've dropped from five days a week to two in a matter of two weeks.

That's a pretty heavy hit in the wallet.

I'm not worried or anything, I just don't know where to start when it comes to looking for work.

I've spent the last few days tinkering around the house, playing my friends Playstation 2 (Tony Hawks Underground Rules!) and trying to finish watching the entire Band of Brothers mini series I got on DVD from the library.

But I really don't know where to start. I refuse to get depressed about work - I've been down that road before and it sucks - but I'm not really sure what places to go to seek work.

Either way, I'm sure something will come up soon.

Soundtrack: Phil Collins - Hits

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