After this next semester of retard college, and all the potential it DOES NOT GIVE ME,
I am planning on moving to either Florida with my cousin, Or California with my friend. Would you find this to be financially smart?
Well, of course it might not be just cause i am young and it may be expensive, but honest I dont care about the money, I want to thrive somewhere else and see a new perspective and new people. I think I have that right to want to do for myself? Right?
The most successful people dropped out of college or just didn’t get a higher education. I just think it’s a waste of time.
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@cristinelizabeth, Yeah that song’s so fresh it’s timeless. Ambition is priceless. My buddy put me on to this song and now whenever we wanna hangout, one of us just has to do that Rick Ross grunt and the other knows it’s time. We’re goofy like that haha
So what part about school is scrambling your vibes?
@boribori90, hahaha omg we do that too. :)
Um the part where I don’t learn anything, and I feel like I can’t really connect with anyone there, like i’m on a “Higher Level” than them. Not ego wise just like with the world around me, Homework is stupid, and we don’t learn anything in classs
actually dont reply to this, this is not contributing to knowledgeable info, and I know in my heart what to do. YA DIG.
I dont think collegr is for everyon. At least not nessesary for success. Yes, you have the right to move anywhere you want using YOUR money.
I once heard the following, and please keep it always in your mind:
Being broke is bad, but whats really, really bad is being stupid. So whether you decide to enroll or not to enroll next semester, rememer to study, read, feed your mind, get the information while you are here.
@cristinelizabeth, Oh alright alright. Well, if you’re open to advice, I’d say stay in college because it gets way better. Even if it’s just for the dorm life and the crazy stories you’ll make with the people there. :]
@highideals, lol i looked at your pic and the first thing that came to my head was “blunt?” ahah, pass the dutchie to the left hand.
Yeah man, I wish it wasn’t like that. But I will find my place somewhere D:
It sounds to me like maybe you need to take some time off college and explore life in a different way, get to know yourself a little better and get a clearer idea of what you want. School will always be there. Don’t just go to college because it’s the norm or because it’s expected. Go because you want to, go to learn about something that interests you, and to be able to grow in the ways that you want to.
@cristinelizabeth, I agree with the florida sucks thing. Come to california the foods good the weeds dank. If you are a very earthy person go to norcal if not so cal is still dope. However, it can be superficial at times and the traffic is pretty shitty. But i would never live anywhere else… It’s gorgeous. And it was a joint… a good one too :)
@cristinelizabeth, California can be expensive.
Yes you have that unalienable right, but is this a financially sound decision? Not really. College pays off, for sure. The college experience is all in your mind.
Escaping the work, confinement, the routine probably sounds awesome, but will it help you accomplish your goal(s)? What about your priorities 10 years from now?
I’m just weighing in because I’ve been there.