Well ive got a situation on my hands…as of this coming Friday, October 14, I will be out of a job (already started applying other places). I have worked with my company for a little over 16 months and recently our work has slowed down quite a bit. My boss offered me a position to stay but I turned him down because there is a guy who started about 3 months ago with a kid and needs the money and Im still young (21), live at home and Im lucky enough to have saved up a nice sum of money and I was wondering what Tnation thinks, mostly because reading forums regularly you guys dont bullshit with people and give honest opinions.
I was thinking of taking a two week (or so) trip to see some parts of the USA that I have always wanted to. I know in this economy my first priority should be a job but I feel like this may be a good time for me to give something like this a try, due to my situation.
Thoughts? And if there are any places I should see include them to (im from Florida).
Places/things i would be interested in: Big Sky country, Grand Canyon, California, kayaking, rock climbing, etc.
*Again I know how many people would kill for work and the smart thing to do would be save my money and find work immediatley. But ive worked 40+hours a week since graduating highschool, will have my AA at the end of this semester, and have payed for all my schooling up front…so is this something worth trying or do i need a reality check and find work quick?