Originally Posted by ICDNKPPL
What a pussy. Some legit homeless dudes need to beat you to within an inch of your life and steal all your money.
Man up. Join the army.
What are you so bitter about?
Anyways, for those of you suggesting I travel, I agree that it seems like a very good option. I have been wanting to do it my whole life, basically, and this is a golden opportunity. However, I am reluctant because I feel like I am forced into relocating to a location where I find a full time job.
My resume is not that great, I don't have any double majors or minors. I feel like I need to work a full time job so I don't diminish my future prospects. I feel really forced into this and unhappy about it, but it is just the way it is.
For a lot of college I was extremely depressed and having trouble dealing with my bi polar disorder. It set me back a ton and it is amazing that I was able to come back and graduate on time. I don't want to set myself back further by running around the world having fun and then come back to no job prospects at all. It is already really hard to find anything and I know if I travel for a year or two and come back that my resume will be **** compared to people my age and I might be stuck.
Also, to everyone saying I am not a legit homeless dude: OBVIOUSLY. I am not living in a cardboard box on the street begging for quarters and I have some money saved up. By definition, I am a homeless person though. I did not mean this to upset anyone (like the clown I quoted in this post). I am more a person in a transition phase than homeless, but I don't really have a place to stay unless I crash at somebodies house.
I have been staying at my girlfriends house the past few days and that is going fine, I guess. I am interested in making moves quickly in whatever direction I choose to go. Last night I went to the Eagles preseason game and then out to Philly bars and it was a good time, but today I am stuck finding a storage center and applying to jobs. I am having a hard time knowing where to apply, since I don't know where I want to live or what I want to do.