There are many questions on this, but how can one move some where with little to no money?

Now here is a little about myself. I'm twenty-one, I've been going to school and trying to take as many classes as I can. My father has been paying for my classes and supporting me. By this age, I know I should be on my own two feet and making a living on my own, but it's hard to find a job right now. I've applied at almost all retailers in my city. Moving on to why I am asking my question. My uncles and aunts like to tell my father things in which they did about my mother and he kicked her out and he is already on my ass about things like rent, utilities and stuff like that due to the apparent brain washing that's going on among his siblings. I guess it's in his right to do so since he pays the bills and it is his house. I can't join the military due to my weight, I can't find a job because of whatever and I have no prior job expierence really. I have few friends and few family members, but I highly doubt they would want someone who is unemployeed to stay with them and all I would be doing is contributing to household chores. I'm not asking for sympathy, I'm just asking for advice. I thought about moving into a motel for temporary housing, but I need money. Then there is food to think about. Can you help me, Yahoo?

Asked By: - 12/28/2012
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How about helping out around the house that you are already in? Fix dinners, clean bathrooms, wash cars, laundry etc. Make a formal contract with your father as to what you will do in lieu of cash for rent. As far as food goes - is there a local food pantry that you can go to once a week to get food? Your situation... More
Answered By: Lizabeth - 12/28/2012
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