do you think its a good idea if I....?
drop out of college right now? well i am not necessarily dropping out. I am just going to finish up this 2nd semester i've been going to college and there. The reason i am is because I feel like I am wasting my time going to college for something I do not even really want to do. I was going for the LVN and the reason i was going for this was because I wanted a good job to support when I do move out of town and go to school for what I really want to go for which is cosmetology and interior design :) but by the time i finish the LVN that would be like in 3 years at my pace because i calculated the time, I am going to be like 23 and I am also just going to be lazy and sick of school and i wasted my time going to school instead of going for something i truly wanted. By that time you never know if I might be married or even have kids you just never know what might happen and i truly would not have time to go to school. I am also just going to be busy with my LVN job that i just would not have time at all. so I just want to drop it here get a full time job raise money for a car and enough money to move so i can go to the art institutes and also go to the paul mitchell school of cosmetology :) but this is my plan but i do not know if its a good idea. I am not trying to rely on peoples opinions i just want advice so i could think twice before i make big decisions thank you for the help people. :)
- jannsodyLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
They say 'if you love what you do, you'll never have to work a day in your life' - to go with one's passion in life :) Just a word to the wise about the 'art institute' that this consumer site has a lot of posts about the private for-profit tech school: http://www.ripoffreport.com/ and can search.
With cosmetology school, please consider the much more affordable county vo-tech school (or community college) and forgo those private $$ for-profit beauty/tech schools as long as the program is accredited within the industry. It might take the cosmetology graduate a couple of years to 'get a book' of regular customers before possibly making decent money.
This consumer site has posts about 'paul mitchell school' (one of those private for-profit schools): http://www.pissedconsumer.com/ and can search.
This site has a couple posts about the school (and others), too: http://www.complaintsboard.com/ and can search.
This site has posts about 'aveda institute' and 'empire beauty': http://www.ripoffreport.com/ and can search.
For general career info: http://www.bls.gov/oco and can search.
College-level accredited programs in art and design (such as for interior design): http://nasad.arts-accredit.org/
- 5 years ago
The absolute best way to turn him on is to surprise him. Make the move on him in an unusual location or setting. Break any scheduling habits you may have also. The more you talk about it, he will probably grow uncomfortable. If you play the feminist point of view...He is not going to go for it.