EDIT: NC surfers can't be too picky either, haha
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Thread: need some help anyonee
Mar 30, 2011, 02:45 AM #32
- Join Date
- Jul 2009
- Eastern Shore
I'm beer delivery. It keeps you in shape, the faster you go the faster you get off (for the afternoon/evenings with swell).. Leave the warehouse at 6am in the winter get back at 2pm you have the rest of the day for surf. Summer time waves suck mostly anyway, but you could sneak in some late sessions if you move fast.
If i was your age, trust me on this, i would work hard, and travel alot. Because when you get a mortgage and bills responsibility blah blah blah all that freedom will go away.
Last edited by marknel83; Mar 30, 2011 at 02:49 AM.
Mar 30, 2011, 11:47 AM #33
& then on sunday, after working all day at my 2nd job, i'll do an additional 2-3 hours of work for the classroom, writing lesson plans, emailing parents, updating the gradebook, etc...
so on paper, yea, you can't beat those hours. too bad i don't work those hours. i doubt the other teachers on here do as well. of course, if you're passionate about it, then it's worth all that. but if you just want to teach b/c it seems like a cushy gig, then you've got another thing coming.
like LBCrew said, it's afternoons, weekends, & the strategically placed sick day...& travel in the summer.
Last edited by njsurfer42; Mar 30, 2011 at 11:50 AM.
yup - I make over 100K and so does my wife but I live 2.5 hours from beach.
we r now stuck in our location and will be until we retire in 15 years.
but when we retire we can do anything and live anyhwere - if we still have our health.
i make it to beach every time there is a decent swell - like maybe this Friday.
money helps with everything, obviously, but you end getting stuff that u just have to take care of - the trick is to make good money and not keep on buying dumb sh!t that sucks up ur time.
one of my good buddies is a pot dealer and he surfs more than i do.