Where Dani writes about… just about everything!
Since my second stick of RAM arrived in the mail today, my dad was nice enough to take the 2GB stick out of my computer and replace it with the 4GB. This has maxed me out at 8GB, so I don’t think I am ever going to have a problem running things on this computer. However, what we did notice when we were comparing my old RAM sticks — my original ones, which means the 2GB stick and the now-defunct 1GB stick — to each other was that they were mismatched when the computer was made and shipped out to be sold. The 2GB stick was grade 10500, and the 1GB stick that came with my computer was only grade 8500, which was an obvious disconnect right there. Sigh…
Luckily for me, both of my RAM sticks are now 8500, so I’m doing great now!
How many of you have considered loan officer training? For those of you that haven’t, it is a lucrative field to go into. For as long as man is around, they are going to need somewhere to store their money — and all of the people whose jobs in some way manage that money will more than likely stay around for a long time. If I weren’t already so passionate about biology, I would consider taking loan officer training for that reason alone. In today’s world, I’m going to need a job that’s going to be around for the long haul. My two sons rely on me to make sure that all of their needs are met, so I’m going to want to be trained in a job that isn’t suddenly going to stop existing in five or even ten years.
If you haven’t already heard of TrainingPro, they’re the national leader in mortgage education. Not only that, but they’ve also created the National Cross Certification Program, which saves their students time and money! In addition to that, their online classes allow even the busiest of folks to decide when to begin their courses — and better, when to “attend” their classes. In other words, you can become a loan officer right from the comfort of your own computer chair and the safety of your own home. You can also schedule attending your online classes around your already existing work schedule, or you can do what I’d do and start them after your kids have gone to bed for the night. At any rate, check TrainingPro out if you’ve been considering becoming a loan officer! Be sure to tell me what you folks think of their program as well!
Like I said, I’d really consider doing this if I weren’t already enrolled in college.
I thought it was worth posting about — Jason’s facial expression was hilarious!