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We all have our reasons for being in this situation. After graduation, I spent a few years teaching English abroad and paid my student loans every month without fail.
My income came entirely from the tips I made waiting tables.
For the first time in my adult life, I felt more or less financially comfortable, and I wasn’t willing to go back to scrimping and saving.
No more instant ramen dinners, Forever 21 jeans and boxed hair dye for me. I used my newfound wealth to go on a long-deferred vacation, to buy a new mattress, to try that amazing restaurant I couldn’t afford to visit before.
I had no idea what I wanted to do career-wise — I had some vague idea of doing something in book publishing — but other than that, I was at a loss. I funded all of my college and graduate school living expenses on my own by waiting tables.
It’s not a shameful or embarrassing position to be in. And, as I’ve recently learned, we have options if we aren’t afraid to pursue them. When that job finished, I moved to New York for graduate school and deferred my loans while studying for my master’s degree in education. I decided that I didn’t want to be a teacher anymore.Recognized by Charity Navigator and Forbes for its efficiency, Direct Relief equips health professionals in the U. and throughout the world with essential medical resources to effectively treat and care for patients – without regard to politics, religion, or ability to pay.Click below to let us know you read this article, and wiki How will donate to Direct Relief on your behalf.I’d win the lottery or write the next blockbuster YA novel.I looked into becoming a dominatrix at foot fetish parties.And I still believed that my non-payment was just a temporary blip. I was afraid that I’d screwed things up so badly that there was no way to fix it.