I am on T-Nation everyday well monday to friday during the day. Great site, I like reading the articles, I wish there were more! Its an encouragement that gets me to the gym and that makes me study even harder to become a PT and a CSCS and aim to start school in Kinesiology… I cant wait!.. If you are looking for me, I am always here, cept weekends when Im at the gym and out with women lol!
Come on Nate, get out there, keep your head up. What I have realized is that if you always keep your head up and stay optimistic, things will fall in place just dont give up, everyone has been through tough times, it really isnt about how many tough times you have been through, its about how you dealt with those times. Set goals in your life and achieve them. I dont have the most interesting life around, but it depends how you explain it.
For example I currently work full time and hang out with friends, go to the gym etc… you know, the usual boring stuff, same repetitive stuff week after week, different day, same shit. Well since I have set some goals for myself, these include paying off all of my debt, getting back to school and studying to become a PT and CSCS.
Also I know a few women that make my life more pleasant(well sometimes more hell but whatever!). This is what makes life more interesting. I think everyone has had their own set of life experiences and had times when they have gotten depressed, eventually you get out of that, and learn to smile, no matter what day of the week it is. (read: Monday!) I started exercising, eating better and getting out more and it makes a huge difference.
If you cant find a job in your direct area of study, I would advise you to just look for a job that is relative to your degree, and show them what you can do, you may be able to get ahead in that company and make some good money. Some people are too picky when it comes to jobs and they try too hard to get a job directly related to their degree, be more open to other jobs and bust your ass. It will pay off! Best of Luck to everyone, keep yo’ heads up!