I'm 24 and just graduated from college. I refuse to live a life of normalcy and settle with a stable job in a mundane location permanently.
Trips decides where in the U.S. I'll move to next.
Maybe stable job wasn't the exact term I was seeking. Some sort of job where I'm challenged to constantly adapt would be a better description. Maybe something that's compatible with my wanderlust.
Move to Springfield, Oregon. Weed is cheap and legal. The coast is breathtaking. Unlike many other states, there's a lot of very viable outdoors-ing to do. TONS of places to hike and raft and shit.
OP, you can easily learn to bartend. Bartending is fun, you get to meet people and chicks.
All you have to master is a couple cocktail formulas and just practice.
You don't have to master free pouring from day one.
Sandusky, OH. Get an office job doing data entry somewhere that gives you 2 weeks of vacation a year which you will spend your wanderlust drinking bud light on the lake, maybe have a nice weekend in Cleveland.
>I'm 24 and just graduated from college. I refuse to live a life of normalcy and settle with a stable job in a mundane location permanently.
>Trips decides where in the U.S. I'll move to next.
If you can find any there.
East tennessee, north carolina, oregon, alaska, montana, idaho, vegas, juzt dont fucking come to texas right now. We have a wetback roach infestation. It's embarrasing but we are working on it.
Albuquerque New Mexico.
I feel sorry for you tbh.