Where there is a will, there is a way. I believe if you want it bad enough you will make sacrifices with your time.
I finished the last two years of my bachelor's degree attending classes full time in the evenings and weekends while working M-F 9-5pm. Now, I am working on my Associates in Nursing while still working full time. It is very tiring, yet exhilarating since every class I take is one step closer to my dream.
It helps to have a great support network whether it's ones parents, siblings, spouse, classmates or co-workers. Luckily I have a little bit of each of the above and they are very supportive and very helpful, especially my beloved husband, Luke. This great man puts up with everything I can throw at him.
Sadly, he is in a home-cooked meal depravation mode since I am going through a six week summer course (Microbiology) that runs M-TH from 5:45pm-9:15pm. I get home after 10pm and am tired and in no mood to cook at that time, so this means no home cooked meals for Luke until the weekend or until July 15th. Sorry, Luke. :uhoh21:
Best of luck to all full-timers.