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Recent Posts

Subject: Re: Secret to Success

Forum: Secret to Success
Hello, mistervancleef.

A certain formula? I just speak to as many people as I can each week. And consistency works well. I don't know that I have a formula, but I've paid attention to the movements of others that I can tell on a weekly basis who has or hasn't voted for me! Weird, right!? Once I find out somebody hasn't voted for me, I'll be sure to go and reply to another one of their forums before the voting period is out. But this is after I've already spoken to everyone else. If you speak to as many people as you can each week (they can only vote for you once), cast your two votes (four on Wednesday), and post 5 times per day, I think you'll be just fine.

Have an excellent day!

-MaDonna

Subject: Re: Give a shout out to someone on College Net!

Forum: Give a shout out to someone on College Net!
Hey, Jessica.

I pick you for my S/O. I love your insight and your openness about the world around you. You have just the right amount of aggression and compassion. The world certainly needs more like you!

Have a great day!

-MaDonna

Subject: Re: LAST DAY ON CNET!

Forum: LAST DAY ON CNET!
Harish: Thanks, buddy! I've seen the consistency in you as well. It won't be long before you're maxing out, too! The "graduate" status comes after you have reached $10,000 in CNet funds. I'm not sure where to find it, but there is a cap. The status is updated by somebody behind the scenes, though... bc if I could, I'd keep participating! My previous student debt is massive, and I haven't even began to scratch the surface! I will be completing my degree with the last sum I receive from CNet. I have to fund the entire summer, so I'll need every dollar I've earned... Lol Good luck, sir!

Jessica: I know how you feel. I've felt that way when other people have graduated. I even feel concerned when people just stop participating. Like you said, we begin to grow slight relationships with people here and I wonder if they're okay when I haven't seen them in a while. I hope all is well with the ones who've fallen off! At this point in my son's life, he can take care of himself. I've been working for 8 years to create his independence, so I don't have to micromanage him when we're at home. He asks for help when he needs it. We sit down at mealtimes and discuss our days, plans, and new discoveries. About an hour before bedtime, I put my life on hold to attend to his. We read, I check homework, get school clothes, play video games, etc. That's just part of it. I spend an hour loving on him and then I pick my life back up when he's in bed. I complete as much school work as I possibly can, as early in the semester as I can, so that I do have a bit of time to treat my son on a date here and there. But he likes to be alone, so I don't think he suffers too badly by not annoying him all the time! Lol Good luck to you!

Subject: Re: LAST DAY ON CNET!

Forum: LAST DAY ON CNET!
Mary: I don't have much of a social life anyway, so I don't have that problem. Lol Fortunately, I go to school online, so my instructors release the content of the course in the beginning. A lot of it, I can complete at my own pace, so what I'll do is work really hard to get as far ahead as I possibly can. That way, I AM able to take a step back and treat my son to a date at the movies and/or arcade. He's being such a trooper. My work schedule is consistent and that keeps my sanity intact. I know what to expect on a weekly basis, so I'm not constantly having to rearrange my schedule. I've been at the same job for four years, was promoted this week, and will keep the same schedule. At this point in my son's life, he can take care of himself. I've been working for 8 years to create his independence, so I don't have to micromanage him when we're at home. He asks for help when he needs it. We sit down at mealtimes and discuss our days, plans, and new discoveries. About an hour before bedtime, I put my life on hold to attend to his. We read, I check homework, get school clothes, play video games, etc. That's just part of it. I spend an hour loving on him and then I pick my life back up when he's in bed. I've saved your email and will be reaching out to see how things are going.

Emilie: :-) Thank you for the kind words, queen. You have my number and are welcome to use it at any time.

Subject: Re: LAST DAY ON CNET!

Forum: LAST DAY ON CNET!
Kyle: It's definitely bitter sweet! While I appreciate the experience (and money), I wish I could continue on. If I had the funds, I would go to school as long as they would allow me! I love to learn!

Elisa and Yamona: Staying positive is a necessity. That which you invest your energy will grow, so if you focus on the negative, it will appear that things will never get better. As far as school goes, I have a homework chart. I just created a simple chart in excel that lists my classes and when I have something due. As the weeks go along, I check off the completed assignments. It's so easy to get lost in the chaos of it all that it's nice to have a reminder of just how far I've come! This time last year, going back to school was BARELY an interest. My first semester back was summer '16. Less than a year later, I'll have my Master's degree! With so many things designed for me to fail, I continue to do MY part in my story and success has simply complemented my work. Good luck to you both!