Figuring out my life after high school has been hell. Spent a semester in Utah, went through a little depression that I should have stayed and fought through but instead I promptly moved back home, and instead of looking for schools during that time I just snowboarded basically every day. Now it's summer, I have no job, I can't snowboard, and I still don't have solid idea of what I'm doing in the fall or with my life, and basicslly enough money to go to an out of state community college or a state school in idaho, my home state. My fall back is University of Idaho, but Id really like to get out of here, Moscows a shit hole and the nearest place with a resort and lake and not miles of farm land is my home town, 3 hours away, populated by the same douchbag hick assholes I've been trying my best to get away from.
One of my options is to move to California. I don't have the money to afford out of state tuition. But I have a ton of family down there, in every major southern city. So one option Im looking at is moving down there, either living with an aunt/uncle/grandma or apartment with my cousin, working a year, then going to either a CC or university in the fall.
But would it be smart to put off school for so long? If I did that, I wouldn't be starting school till Im 20
I don't know. I just need someone to bounce ideas off. My parent haven't really been much help and have had the attitude of "oh you'll figure it out someday" and don't seem like they care if I stayed with them another 5yrs. But I'm ready to get out
I'm I'm mobile so sorry for any grammar and spelling errors