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aubrey's plan for the next however long:

- work both jobs until january. do what i can to actually SAVE up money this time.

- quit michael's, look into a trade school to get me out of retail and into the medical field, one of those doohickeys that last 18 months or so.

- quit officemax and work in the medical field while putting myself through real college.

hopefully, by then, i will have a clue as to what i want to be when i grow up. i keep saying i want to do something in the medical field, but my greatest fear is that i will stay in retail until i'm done with 21874923875 years of college, just to find out that i HATE that field. if i still don't know at that point, i'll take the generic prerequisites, i.e. math, to get them out of the way.

i keep dreaming about going back to school, so it's becoming borderline fanatical about it. i really miss learning. i always did well in school, a's and b's, though i barely applied myself. i refused to do homework, i was HORRID at it.

that little factoid makes me fear college, if only for the homework alone.

and i'm sure that i'll have a bit of socializing in there, somewhere, possibly some dating, though doubtful. i AM eternally single, afterall.


Sep. 15th, 2005 12:33 am (UTC)
keep clark in mind
here's a list of the programs/majors they do, and the degree that you get when completing them.
each one should have more information including a timeline type thing.
there's good financial aid out there as well.

Sep. 15th, 2006 02:50 am (UTC)
i'm soooooooo very happy that i went through clark for everything. maybe i'll do something else should i fail out (not likely now that i learned my lesson over the summer, knock on wood) but in the mean time, i'm quite happy with where i'm at and where i'm going.

wish i was 50 lbs lighter, but we all have to start somewhere.


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