Plan A: Quit my job in two weeks. Keep in mind I average about €300 a week. Enjoy New Years and maybe see some of the lush green Ireland. Then, on January 10th, take a cheap flight to Boston, stay for 5 days and see some friends. On January 15th, fly home to Seattle where I will be warmly greeted by my parents and friends. In the midst of the American financial crisis, I will then look for a job. This could be a waitressing job a bartending job or anything I could do for three months to make around $2000. In the middle of April, I will then come back to Europe. I would fly into Heathrow or Athens and go back to Mykonos to start my summer again.
Plan B: Get upgraded to a bartender, probably earning more that $300 a week. Still enjoy New Years, either working or not. Stay in Ireland until Feb. 27th and get a round trip flight to Seattle and back to Dublin (return on April 25th.) Be warmly greeted by my parents and friends. In the midst of the American financial crisis, I won’t be in a crisis because I will have enough euros saved where I can exchange them and put them safely in my American bank account. Then, I will do a few working shifts for a promotional agency I am apart of to earn some side cash. Then, after staying for my father’s birthday and my birthday, I will head back to Europe in mid April. Fly into Dublin and go straight to Athens and to Mykonos to start my summer again.