Hey! I'm in university, I turned 20 a while back, and my life did a 180°, not in a good way... I don't like long stories, and I know you don't, either, so here's the bottom line: in about 2 months, I'll be homeless, and broke ... that means dropping out of university (I'm close to the end of my second year, I'm ranked first in my whole promotion, so it really sucks), no money, no home, no life; I can't get a day job because that would mean, again, dropping out of uni, considering my schedule (I leave home at 5:30am each morning to get to school in time by 8am -in another city- and then get home around 8pm each evening) I've been learning a lot of SEO and IM in the last few months while on the bus each day, I have finished quite a few books, wso's and the like; I have bought Scrapebox and learned to use GAWKT, the free version of MarketSamurai, TTravis, and have a few WSO softwares that I found useful, namely the interesting AZON pack; I own a rather powerful desktop PC with a stable 20mbps internet connection, a small netbook and a nexus 7 tablet; I have around 500$ in my bank acc and 200 cash; I have unlimited calls on my mobile phone, a portofolio website for my web design works, together with around 6 months left of unlimited hosting at dreamhost. I have 4 years of experience in web design and development, but no SEO,IM experience whatsoever; I live in France, and the bare minimum I have to make in order to survive and finish my studies would be around 400-500$ a month, and that without considering any unexpected fees. Give me a word of advice Just put yourself in my position, and tell me what course of action would you take? this forum has been a part of my daily life for some time now, and I've read some amazing success stories, but also some crash-and-burn tales... is there an emergency "retard-proof" method that I could use to save myself in this critical point of my life? I thank in advance each and every one of you that has taken the time to read this, and I would love to hear your advices down below! Have a good one!