Well, nothing's been a triumph, besides the quotation of a particular famous song! :P
Anyway, I'll be looking at new job opportunities come September, or even earlier to avoid the crowds of new jobseekers.
Let's give an example. You're going to apply for a marketing firm. Now, you're probably not going to put on 'I play videogames' as a hobby on the CV, but you might mention that you run a blog, have a twitter account, etc. Very basic stuff, but it can be elaborated on and tailored by stating very briefly how you market (such as 'Frequent communication with my clients through marketing channels such as Twitter ensures a high conversion rate of visitors to sales on my website') and by stating this elaboration in either your interview or as part of your hobbies in explaining how your (website) has expanded, when the management of the website itself is the hobby.
In any case, I don't really know what I want to do come September. I have a jam-packed CV with work experience as well as many hobbies and skills that can be applied to a variety of occupations, but it's quite hard to simply market oneself to a job such as a cashier at Tesco's. I'm not saying that it's a bad thing, but I'm saying that the prevalence of cashier jobs means that it is the typical job that someone around my perceived experience is "expected" to get. With that, it is perceived to be easier for me to get this particular job. This isn't exactly the case.
You see, I'm more geared toward the technology/marketing side of things, rather than face-to-face customer interaction (read the rest of the blog posts to find out why) and this kind of thing is what I'd be looking for. These jobs aren't as prevalent as the cashier jobs, though.
The occasional Photoshop-work-based commission wouldn't go amiss either.
Ah well, onto Summer and finding out how the rest of my life will unfold!