That’s not quite the same as going back to college, but its close enough. Most of one’s learning in college comes not through a classroom, but by the studying that one does at hone or in the library. I daresay I spend more Halloween creepy Hawaiian Shirt now, than back when I was in college. Further, in my own case, I have a unique opportunity right now to go back to college. One of my friends, now in his 70s, is still actively a college professor. Last summer he asked me to come over and be a guest lecturer, in a new class that he was developing. As it happened, the university decide to make that an online class, not a classroom course. So now my friend has enrolled me in the class, not to teach me (since it is a topic where I have over 40 years of professional experience), but to chime in on the discussions and present my own insights and guidance.
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Pretty much where I’m at.I make well above the Halloween creepy Hawaiian Shirt wage per hour working in construction, and the math just doesn’t work out for me regarding home ownership. Why would I break my back and do 60 hours/week so I could barely afford the mortgage on a small home when I could just live with my family? Instead, I work 25ish hours a week which more than covers my share of the bills since the house doesn’t have a mortgage, and leaves me with enough money for some investing and spending. One day I’ll inherit and have the place to myself, and I’ve come to terms with that I guess.The free time is nice but I’d honestly be just fine with working more – the payoff however isn’t there because of how completely out of reach home ownership is without a debt load which is courting disaster.