As I look back on this I can honestly say not a fun one for sure. I was a single parent, worked full time and went to college at night. Finding time to balance all this was rather difficult, to say the least. I worked full-time during the day, which meant that I needed a babysitter, a daycare, or a place for my daughter to go before and after school when she got older.
Run home after work to pick up my daughter, make dinner, get her ready for the babysitter and off to class. Come in late at night and try to study while she was sleeping. The next day was the same routine. Because of my job and the duties I performed I needed to attend classes 4 nights a week and work 5 to 6 days a week.
I never had the change to enjoy college life like some do and go to parties or even hang out in study groups with friends. So my experience of college was solely based on work and a need to attend for my job. Don't get me wrong, I enjoy going to College, learning, and gaining new skills. I ended up with more than one degree when I was done. My company kept sending me back again and again to gain new knowledge and another degree. I look back now and I am happy they did.