Tales of a waitress who escaped the restaurant industry and then discovered a desk job kind of blows - so I put the apron back on. And I deliver pizza because getting paid to drive around listening to music is pretty awesome.
My mom's always telling me I should become a CNA. Every time I complain about my job, she suggests it. And I may hate serving, but I know that medical professions are not right for me either! I just don't have it in me. Plus the schooling takes forever, and I've spent enough time in school -- ten years! And I can't even get financial aid anymore, but that's a whole separate story.
It's too bad that I'm not cut out for it, though, because I know there's a high demand for all medical professions, and there are no shortages of programs for them! And there are intense, quicker courses sometimes -- people wanting to be Chicago CCNA or San Diego CCNA have condensed course options, for example. I also am not really good with computers, unfortunately. I mean, I can obviously find my way around a blog; I can do some basic photo editing; but when it comes to the stuff that people pay for, I'm screwed. Which is why I could never enroll in a Virginia Cisco Course. I also couldn't administrate a server if my life depended on it, so the Virginia MCITP course is out too.
Then again, the fact that I'm not in Virginia would probably have something to do with that too.