what he saidORIGINAL: Sailfish
Well here is what I did:
I could never study during the day/early evening, classload and intramural sports seemed to hold a higher priority for some reason [;)] plus the dorms were kind of crazy at those hours.
Even then, motivation was tough lots of times. But when I finally found some mental time to think I remembered:
1) I was paying for all of this (student loans), if I fail or do poorly I will not get that money back. I had a Pell grant for the Dorm, if I failed I would lose that too.
2) If that failed I thought, well do I want to go back to the car wash, or back to the factory building boats, or planting trees on a golf course, etc*
3) And lastly, I would look up at the packs of Oodles of Noodles stored on my 5' wide shelf and think.....no way, not the rest of my life.**
[size="1"]*Not that there is anything wrong with any of those occupations. I did all of them and more, but realized I wanted to persue a different career direction.[/size]
[size="1"]**Strangely though, I still eat the heck out of these jewels. Maybe its a constant reminder....[/size]
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