I've put all my money on a single horse metaphorically speaking and lost a main source of income a few days ago (about 95% of it). I took it quite well, but the whole situation will put me back for at least 6 months and this summer is going to be filled with 12-hour work days. As said, I took it quite well and I still got a chunk of money saved (a change for some people, but a chunk for me), so I can easily live a normal life for at least a year. That's the reason why I am taking it so well. I was told that a SEO company near me is looking to hire a new head of their SEO team. I am definitely qualified to get a job there, but that would mean my surrender and that's why I'm saying fuck that. I watched a movie some time ago. A war movie I think. When the bombs were exploding and the bullets were flying everywhere, the whole army was panicking. But there was an old man that never got nervous, even when the bomb exploded 10 meters away from him. The soldiers asked him a few times "Why are you not panicking mate?" and he asked them back "will it help?". That's the spirit of a warrior. The question is: Were you in a similar situation any time in your life? Have you succeeded in your way back? Although I took it very well, some nice words would still help a little bit. I have a day off today when I got the final word that my source of income is finished, but tomorrow I'll become a working machine again.