I work pretty long and early hours on an assembly line. When I get home I have the cooking duty (my room mate has the driving and laundry duty; we work in same company). When all's done there's like 1 or 2 hours at most left before dropping to sleep.
The thing is if I do what I need to do and go straight to try and make art, I'd be ignoring my room mate and what little human interaction/socializing is left to me. I thought that might be too rude and anti-social. Despite already bought an awesome noise-canceling earphone to block out endless TV distraction next to me, I'm still having trouble getting any drawing done at all.
Do I really need to be rude and shut the door in my room mate's face as soon as I'm home and done with cooking duty for the sake of perhaps some art-making? I'm already feeling very isolated and weird as it is, I don't want to turn into some world-hating crazy in an assembly line going into 30-year-old.