While service in the Air Force is an important commitment of your time and effort, it also comes with so many rewarding benefits from education to life insurance to healthcare, and one of the greatest benefits of all, travel.
This post is for people who are like me: sorta broke (but ~woke~), sorta lost, and sorta hate using the term “adulting” because you seem to be so damn bad at it. Am I making enough money? Is this the right career move? When’s the last time I got my teeth cleaned? Sh*t rent was due yesterday. I’m broke, but wanna go to Sweetgreen?
After a string of falling grades, tumbling morale, and poor performance, everything came tumbling down at the state swimming finals.
If you are more afraid of your goals than you are inspired by them, you are not living up to your full potential.
If you want to accomplish a goal, stop being so focussed on the goal itself. Become obsessed with the daily grind. Put in work. Persevere. Stop wishing and expect it to be hard.
They like knowing exactly what they’re going to do and expect for the whole day. Routine gives them comfort.
Everything about that life was my dream, absolutely. Until it wasn’t.
She doesn’t know what she would do without her work. It’s what makes her feel complete. It’s what makes her feel like her life has a purpose.
When I started looking at colleges, I had no idea that there were programs that allowed you to pursue both your career and education simultaneously—that’s one of the biggest, and best parts of the Air Force.
Do the challenges you experience at work make you feel energized, invigorated, and proud of yourself (even when they’re difficult and overwhelming), or do these challenges only make you feel stressed out, panicked, and constantly on edge?