Many "typical days" for the workers at the custodial department start at different times. Some have the afternoon; others have the evenings; and a few would go to the early morning shift. My typical day started with waking up at six in the morning and ending at eight-thirty. It's a good wake-up call, kick-starting my brain into gear. I learned how to communicate people properly, such as letting them know what needed to be restocked and if I couldn't make it to work on time or not at all. There were two coworkers who had the same shift as me, and we relied on each other to make the library, our location, clean for the day. If one of us couldn't finish the job, we ask each other for help. They were very dependable. The hardest part of the job was dealing with cleaning the toilets. It can get pretty messy. However, the most enjoyable parts of the job compensated it. I was able to listen to my iPod; not disturb anyone in the library since it was closed until eight a.m; and the fact that people appreciated a cleaner place to study in college. That's what made my day.