bowen wrote: »
The bacteria in your poop exist everywhere.
Fuzzy Cumulonimbus Cloud wrote: »
For your immediate problem, Craigslist sounds like a really good option for picking up some quick day labor.
That being said, given your post history, you've been trying this lifestyle for 5 years now and it doesn't seem to be working out.
I know having no family support complicates things but let's just look at the numbers.
$250 a week for a year is 13,000 dollars. An efficiency in Memphis is like 450-600 a month. That is a 50% reduction in housing expenses alone.
Working a 40 hour a week job even at minimum wage would allow you to make rent every month, put food in your mouth, and give you the opportunity to work up that career ladder until you cap out. You could still freelance in your spare time and work on whatever novel you are doing at that time.
Your current plan doesn't account for catastrophic events and is going to continue to cause you this kind of problem.
DevoutlyApathetic wrote: »
A decent first step would be to talk to the hotel manager, offer him proof you have the money coming in on December 1st see if he'll work with you in some way.
The only other angle I can think of is from some asshat with AirBnB did, that is if you've been in that hotel long enough and live in a place with some renters protections they'd probably have to formally evict you and the whole process that involves. This is MAJOR bridge burning time though and I wouldn't be shocked to find out that hotels have a special exemption from those laws. I would work really really hard to avoid this as it's will mean you will probably never be able to stay there again or anyplace else that talks to them and it will get the cops involved so they'll know you in a negative context as well.
bowen wrote: »
Yeah there's really no better option here kamar, I'm sorry
aside from grabbing some money from friend or family you're pretty much fucked
getting the loan is going to fuck you worse, unless you can get a bank to loan you something on colateral (that low? Probably not)
Do you have credit cards? Another option might be a cash advance. Still better than a payday loan's terms.
Outside of those I don't think any of us can help you.