On my way to STL. Shipping tomorrow. Thank you everyone who follows me on here and who’s given me encouragement and advice, it really means so much to me. See you in 2 months! Wish me luck. 😁
If you guys want to start lifting these are all fantastic lifts to get you going
this rules although i wish they’d included shoulders
justinrestad asked: Best advice I can give is: 1. Try to actively participate in class, It will keep you awake. 2. Volunteer in class, but not for your MTI. 3. And last but not least, PAD CREW. You will get away from the dorm during details, its a refreshing break twice a day, trust me you'll need it. Good Luck, and welcome to the World's Greatest AIR Force!
Awesome. Thank you sir!
expertshot36 asked: The top 5 advices I can give you. 1) NEVER fall asleep during class. Put hand sanitizer under your eyes and nose. 2) Always go to sleep when you're supposed to and don't stay up writing letters or something. 3) Never take your Drill Sergeants personal but don't take em as a joke either. Remember they have ears and eyes everywhere. 4) If a battle buddy of yours seems to be frating somehow with a male airmen, smack some sense into em. No one left behind. and 5) Remember why you're there. Always.
forevermore-yours asked: Grilled Cheese and Jesus! Sundays were the best. Haha. I was motivated by all the writings on the walls of the bathrooms and portajohns (get used to those). Also, remember the strength you have within you and do what you can to survive. Writing letters motivated some, for me, it was about helping the girls in my flight (even if they annoyed me). You will do great. Just do what you know you should and after the 4th week, it picks up. You got this. I believe in you!
You always give the best advice.
I pretty much say this in my sleep now.
Anonymous asked: Don't be caught "huffing" hand sanitizer. Unless you want to be washed back.
Don’t worry I’m not that stupid, hahaha
Anonymous asked: The best advice I can give you is to go into it without knowing anything. Trying to apply what other people have told you will lead you to fail. Everyone's experience is different. What you will learn, and what I have learned will be two totally different things. Just a helpful hint from a Airman. Good luck Trainee. Keep your head up and you'll do fine.
I can definitely see where you come from, as far as learning everything for yourself. I’m sure that’ll be how 99% of it is for me, but I can’t help but take as many tips and advice as possible to try and ease my mind.
kayleesays asked: If you're falling asleep in class, put your hand sanitizer on your neck/face/anywhere! It sounds weird, but it kept us all awake. Whatever you do, DON'T FALL ASLEEP! Live for Sundays and keep a countdown. That's what helped me!
Interesting! Thank you so much!
forgetthishate asked: I went through army the best thing is don't stick out and don't get known
That’s what I’m hoping for!
asongbirdsdance asked: I've been following you for the past year or so since I decided myself to enlist. I'm thrilled for you that your ship out date is soon approaching. I absolutely look up to you and wish you the best while you're in basic.
This is the sweetest, thank you so much! I hope your process is going well. :)