Hello again. In the first fork in the road thread I outlined some problems that I am dealing with, and you kind folks offered many suggestions. The 3 big ones that I can remember without looking are: 1) Find roommate. 2) Join Military 3) Work multiple jobs and save up more money. I investigated the first two, and due to my large amount of debt and bad credit, they are not feasible. Now the third option, that is what I want to try next. This third option, breaks down into two more options: 1) Stay at current job, then double and triple up. 2) Return to previous job that laid me off, then double and triple up. The current job pays $8.50 per hour and is 1 hour 20 minutes round trip in good weather and traffic conditions. This job is stable, and currently experiencing growth in sales/customers. This company weathered the economic downturn, and didn't unload any employees. The previous job pays $10.08 per hour and is 20 minutes round trip in good weather and traffic conditions. This job is stable currently(working 7 days a week!), and experiencing growth in sales, but only with current customers, no new customer additions. This company was hit hard with the automotive industry collapse, and had massive layoffs. The Tsunami in Japan also caused problems. Now, with that information, should I choose option 1 or 2? I know, it seems like a simple choice, but I think gaining 1 hour each day means a lot to me. But I would risk losing that job, then trying to return to the (current) job and losing the other two jobs in the process if I am rehired. Does that make sense? Why can't you just stay at the current job and get two other jobs? Its the 1 hour 20 minute commute. Sometimes I feel tired, and doze off while driving. I bumped the curb with both wheels on the driver side one night, and that is what made me rethink this plan. I tried to keep this thread shorter and more to the point than the last one. I hope it is easier to read. Thanks in advance.