70 thoughts on “How did you change your life after doing basically nothing of your twenties ?

  1. vielavida February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    Went back to school at 32. (Law school). I’m 39 yrs old now and have my dream job.

    Edit: when I was thinking of going back to school, I said to my dad, “but in 3 years when I graduate I’m going to be 35! My dad said, “So? In 3 yrs you’ll still be 35. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a law degree too.”

  2. Hazelrigg February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    I’m one of those who went back to school. At 28, I didn’t even have a high school diploma. Now I’m working on my Master’s, and I’m very glad that I didn’t give in to the ever-present notion of “Don’t bother, it’s too late for you anyway”.


    Hey, thanks for all the kind responses. Didn’t expect that.

  3. nogginrocket February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    I started by cleaning my room. Everything’s gone mostly uphill since then.

  4. SinkHoleDeMayo February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    Some of it was luck. My business finally took off and it made a massive improvement to my life (I was no longer broke as a joke). Sure, I’m great at what I do but luck plays a big part in life.

    Here’s my advice: your twenties aren’t the only place you can make things happen in life. “The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago, the next best time is today”. You may have wasted lots of time but you can still make changes tomorrow.

    Try and find your purpose. If you want to become a doctor, travel the world, or just draw cartoons for kids, find a way to make it happen. Work towards your purpose and you aren’t wasting time.

  5. steelingjackalope317 February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    Flunked out of college three times, never really cared much in high school. I drank heavily for about ten years which caused a whole slew of problems. I was also very depressed. Eventually, I became pretty ashamed of my life. I had no excuse not to get my shit together. My family never did anything but support me. I returned to school at 27, worked my ass off for four years, earned straight A’s, and am now a teacher. All my struggles have made me a much better teacher than I would have been without them.

  6. EpicBlinkstrike187 February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    applied for a government job and got it. Not going to get rich but it’s steady decent income and good benefits. It’s all I really need.

  7. RiotMoose February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    I went for a job I didn’t think I’d get in a million years. I always wanted to work in education but had never done anything about it and stuck with what I knew (retail). I saw an opening where I fit about 1/2 the criteria, applied and to my total surprise, got the job! Now I will never have to go back to retail again.

  8. Omadon1138 February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    Took a coding boot camp, and got a job in software. I kept my living expenses at my broke-ass-fuck-up level and now I’m making money faster than I can spend it.

  9. swentech February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    I am 50+ years old. If I went back to 30 years old with nothing I feel like I could own the world. You have plenty of time. Go forth and conquer.

  10. fairycanary February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    Did a 360 career change. Worked a dead end office job at a publishing house for a year after university and then got super depressed and unemployed for three years. Did nothing but read, play games, write and watch tv. During the last year I finally made the effort to lose weight, which I did over the course of a year and it finally gave me the confidence I needed to do something.

    Spent the last of my savings to go to school to become a nursing assistant. If I’m going to suffer might as well suffer while working to help others. I also thought it’d be a good idea to do a job where I’d be busy enough to get out of my own head for once. It was hard work and the money wasn’t great but still better than nothing. My experience was invaluable and taught me a lot. Eventually I switched jobs to care taking, worked for a multimillionaire from a random ad I found on Craigslist who eventually ended up creating a job for me as an assistant for his company. Got a 100% pay raise, full health coverage, and work a flexible schedule. I get to drive a Tesla Model X. Also ended up getting into cryptocurrency two years ago per my new boss’ advice, cashed out more money than I’ve ever had in my entire life during the insane bull run of this winter and am very grateful because my poor immigrant parents have started having health issues and eventually the money will most likely go to their medical expenses in the future.

    I honestly never thought I could do nursing. I’m an introvert and a tiny woman. I’m so emotionally stunted that I have no idea how to comfort others in their time of need. I was scared shitless starting but you know, sometimes you got to leap without looking and you’d be surprised at how you rise up to the challenge you’ve put in front of yourself.

  11. tanew231 February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    Decided to get back into education after 24 years of being too anxious to do anything with my life. Best decision ever.

  12. NickTheBoatman February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    Never handled my generalized anxiety disorder, panic attacks, or depression appropriately. Self medicated with more frequent and harder drug use. Flushed a very promising financial career and romantic relationships down the toilet. Went to jail many times and i brought myself to the brink of suicide over and over again.
    Finally gave up and went to a lockdown rehab for 6 months, and took things slow after that. Now I’m 34 and have a great job, am a step father to a 4 year old with another little one on the way, a place to live comfortably, and a fiancee that I can say I honestly think about more than myself. All in the span of 2 years. What a crazy ride…

  13. RACKemtwice February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    Honestly That’s a great question..I need some inspiration..I’ve literally waisted all my 20s.. I’m not 30 yet but I feel big changes coming, just have no idea what they will be yet.:)

  14. swxbuild February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    A lot of people go back to school later on, never too late for that.

  15. CheeseStandsAlone262 February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    So I just turned 30 and hate my life. Hating something is the first step of caring enough to change it, so don’t read to much into that. Here’s what I want to do this year:

    * finally find a job in my field [I have a law degree]
    * lose weight
    * gain muscle
    * I’m gay and didn’t come out until like 25, and then wasn’t really comfortable in my own skin so I want to spend a year or two being cautiously promiscuous
    * I think I can handle one additional hobby, maybe something sports-related
    * not ever live in an apartment or house without a dishwasher ever again
    * finally be able to buy a nice gift for my mom’s birthday since I’m usually fucking broke

  16. tempaccount4923 February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    I finished undergrad at 27. Went back and got my master’s at 33. (I had always planned on doing so). Then I got a job and well I’m 37 now and finally pay all my own bills.

    I spent most of my 20’s battling chronic illness and depression as well.

  17. ambiguousmurmur February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    Not me but my father, and his 20s-50s. Never went to college, was an alcoholic, smoked a ton, very overweight, never steady money etc.

    He went into business with a friend, later sold that to a bigger business so he could start getting a real salary. Stopped drinking in his 50’s, he lives with a great woman, got on antidepressants, recently stopped smoking and he actually exercises.
    Hes a whole new person at 59 years old. Trust me its never too late

  18. jacques_chester February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    I finally graduated university at 32, after dropping out twice. Lucked into a good job in NYC.

    I call this my third life and I am super glad it turned out like this.

  19. PunchBeard February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    I joined the army when I was in my late 20s. I was one of the oldest guys in the company in boot camp. And even though it was definitely hard it was a lot less stressful for me than it was for all the 18-20 year old’s; it wan’t the first time I ever had a big scary dude screaming in my face because I grew up with that shit. Anyway even though I thought I was so slick joining the army as “an out” to my problems I ended up joining up a year before 9-11. So there’s that. Seriously, can you imagine enlisting in an Army that hadn’t had a serious war to fight in nearly 30 years, not counting the first Gulf War, and then less than a year later be part of an invasion force? Talk about cruel irony. But the army paid for my college and gave me a loan for a house and because I got a little fucked up on a deployment I get semi-decent healthcare for myself for free until I die. So always remember the military is an option. Just don’t be like me and assume you’ll never go to war because “pfft, America doesn’t fight wars anymore. We drop bombs on everything and then spend some money to get what we want”. Because you just may end up pinned to some guy named Achmed in the middle of a sandstorm which is just like a blizzards asshole brother.

  20. 281ci February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    I started making a to-do list. When I work, I write down things I need to do when I am off work. This GREATLY increases the amount of stuff I accomplish when I am off work. I have direction. Even if I cherry pick the “fun” stuff I need to do, I get meaningful things done. This includes food prep, buying household supplies, researching stuff, maintenance on my vehicle, etc. If I am off work and bored, I can just reference a prewritten idea list. It astonishes me why I didn’t start to do this YEARS ago.

  21. idontfvckaround February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    I started making lists. I decided this was the year I would stop consuming so much media and produce it. Probably won’t do anything with it as far as putting it out there. But FUCK I need to do something besides work, come home, relax because work is exhausting, and then just continue the cycle.

  22. gil_beard February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    I got a bachelors degree at 22 but I ended up not using it and I never plan to. I got lucky with my band and we signed to a small label right after college but we broke up a few years later and I spent the rest of my twenties working different jobs and being depressed that I didn’t know what to do with my life. At 30 I was working as a security guard and the janitor that cleaned our office overheard me talk about how I’ve always wanted to be in medical. She said that the local college was offering EMT courses. I took them and at 31 I’m now an EMT and I plan on going into Paramedic school next year. I’m just pissed that I didn’t discover my calling sooner.

  23. TheFallenBepis February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    I still have ten years of doing nothing, brb.

  24. Water_Vole February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    I stopped drinking alcohol.
    I stopped having stupid boyfriends.
    I got my heath problem diagnosed.
    I found a lovely man.
    I had two beautiful daughters.
    Apart from the deaths of two special people, my life is the best it has ever been.

  25. iroflmaowtf February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    just dropping a reminder: you’ll probably work until you’re 70 years old, even when you’re 50, you can still do something if you feel it’s right

  26. oneweirdglobe February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    I left the US to teach English in South Korea.

    Graduated at 22. Spent four years at dead end jobs and gigs that didn’t pay enough to live off of… Heard of a job teaching English in South Korea, sent off my resume, and had a call the next day with a recruiter…

  27. gaywerewoof February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    I’d love to see more replies to this because I’m currently 21 and I have a breakdown WEEKLY because I feel like I’m not doing enough in my 20’s (even though I currently have an enjoyable, easy casual job and I’m doing my Master’s degree). It honestly feels like life ends in your 20s nowadays ):

  28. Iamnotarobotchicken February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    Never too late to go back to school. What field do you want to break into?

  29. spaghatta111 February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    Lost weight. Sure it was 40-50 pounds, so not actually that much in the grand scheme of things, and I hadn’t been experiencing health issues or anything (that stuff probably would have happened had I not acted).

    My reasoning? I didn’t want to be one of those women who goes

    > Oh my God it was *such much easier* in my 20’s to be skinny

    even though they weren’t skinny in their 20’s, and they’re just looking at their past with rose colored glasses. Haven’t we all met this woman at least once? I wasn’t about to enter my 30’s as *one* of those women.

    Also, anxiety. Over the last several months I have had major anxiety attacks, on my days off from work, or while doing things outside of work…. and usually over something very minor and not worth having an attack over. I would flip out at work, in my office, over small things. It frustrated me that other people didn’t get anxious about things in the way that I did. I just decided I had enough.

  30. wadezero27 February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    Realized, “oh shit, I might actually be in this game for the long haul” and started playing accordingly. Started putting money into cryptocurrencies, putting effort into my job to get the most money from them as I could (even if I didn’t like it, it gave me more breathing room), cut back on things that were just money strain reducing my operating overhead (barsdrinking, drugs, women that I didn’t want to build a future with, spur of the moment buys, quit following trends), found hobbies that would make me happy and give me an end product (I made myself a bean bag chair. Yes it’s awesome!), Cut out toxic people in my life, started working outyoga-ing, eating better (life is just generally better when you’re body is operating on its optimal fuel.

    I’m not saying my life is better, but it’s definitely improved from when I was 27. I’m 32 now

    Tldr; cut out the bad stuff, out effort into the good stuff, yoga consistently

  31. kcareyum February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    I’m going back to uni at 30 years old.

    I spent my 20s trying to figure out who I wanted to be, and was very very lost. I used to think “I want to do this, but it will take me – years to graduate!” 10, 7, 5 years ago. I had to learn how to enjoy the ride, not the destination. Now I don’t think about the future in terms of who I will be or what my life will be, because I tend to get very worked up about it. I just focus on goals.

  32. jcmck0320 February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    I lucked into the best / easiest / highest paying job I’ve ever had. Things are looking up now.

    *knock on wood*

  33. smokinggun21 February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    this is a good question. id like to read the replies not because i have done nothing but because my 20s has been such a fucking struggle…lol

  34. TristaTheBarista February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    I definitely needed to see this thread. Pushing 30, only have an associates. Trying to go back to school sometime this year.

  35. Robalypse February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    Honestly, realizing the future wasn’t looking too bright, I took a shot at praying to God for guidance, direction, and a helping hand after a long period of agnosticism. Several things I needed fell into place very soon after that and I felt like I had a sudden burst of wind in my sails.

    I finished getting an AA degree, hunted hard for a decent job and from there I just worked my ass off to be a fantasric employee and climb the corporate ladder from clerk to IT professional. Along the way I met a great woman, married her and started a family which keeps me motivated. Now I’m close to wrapping up a B.S. in Information Technology.

    I know faith is not exactly popular on Reddit, but that first part is why I’ll never turn my back on God.

  36. Pseudonymico February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    Didn’t do much in my early twenties. Then I got into a relationship, had some kids, turned into a girl, had a messy breakup and went back to doing nothing much in my early thirties.

  37. icarus14 February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    Well I’m 23 and I’ve gone to school for 19 years straight. Is this a good age to start living wild and ruin my life? Looking for pointers and advice!

  38. partofbreakfast February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    I work at a school, and there’s lots of opportunities to volunteer your time there. Act as a chaperone for events, go on field trips with kids when there’s not enough adult volunteers, participate in potlucks/parties, and so forth.

    I started volunteering for every event that didn’t conflict with other things I was doing. Just getting out and doing something for other people started making me feel better about myself. And once I felt better about myself, it became a lot easier to do other things too.

    A lot of the ‘do nothing’ attitude I had was because I felt like my life was pointless and that it didn’t make a difference if I put in the effort. Being able to see actual results for my effort (like, seeing kids have a blast at the planetarium, or seeing my secret santa giftee talk excitedly about what I got for them) and knowing that their lives were a little better because I put in the effort, that helped me feel better about myself. Even if nobody said ‘thank you’ to me, or in some cases even knew it was me doing it, I still knew that the effort mattered to someone. And that made me feel like I mattered.

  39. SomeoneStoleMyEggs February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    I’m in my early to mid twenties, currently doing nothing and wasting it all. Hoping I can turn it all around before I’m 30.

  40. saladbut February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    Started doing stuff to fill my free time up

  41. northern_tide February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    Basically I went after a career that didn’t fit me so I’m currently going back to finish the requirements for the CPA. Eventually, I take the actuary exam. Not the route 20 year old me would have taken or cared for

  42. mtnkl February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    Find things you love and pursue them in n a professional context until you succeed.

  43. mrdonutspoon February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    Career change at 36 here. Even though I put a lot of years into my last career i realized it wasn’t a long term solution.

    I also realized that was only about 15 years and I have about 25 to go until retirement. No sense doing the same old things just because.

  44. freshstrawberrie February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    I’m going back to school. I turn 30 in a month. I’m trying to do things for myself instead of thinking of others.

  45. Dralian February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    Married someone with a Master’s. I pushed our first date back a week because I’d discovered what being suicidal *really* feels like. I don’t know, if you’re going to be crazy either way you might as well be physically comfortable. But I started my own business so I have some kind of direction now at least.

  46. N3rdC3ntral February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    Had surgery to remove my colon and rectum. #NoColonStillRollin

  47. super_cool February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    I quit drinking when I was 30

  48. loldonkaments1 February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    Went to a top law school, thought being a lawyer was meh so quit and did nothing for a while. Now I play poker professionally and love it.

  49. DirtySlims February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    I haven’t done this, but stop drinking is probably the best answer here.

  50. Basi7 February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    Graduated college in my early 20’s after just drifting by. Joined the military after that. Don’t regret it one bit. Traveled the world, met some good people, and got to do some awesome stuff.

  51. Rebel4thecolorbrown February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    I turned 27 and I decided to get moving on getting the life I want. It was a mixture of fear and arrogant thinking that everything would fall into place that held me back. I got a good job and I’ve been saving a substantial nest egg so I’m prepped for anything major that might happen unexpectedly. I’ve lost a lot of weight and I’m getting through the first half of the 2nd attempt at my novel. Discipline and sticking to it became my key to change. Mix that in with a bit of risk taking and you’d be surprised how much you like the person looking back at you when you look in the mirror.

  52. mrbaconator2 February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    Well. I’m currently 23 and wanna try to become an electrician. There is a 5 year apprentice program near where I live however they require I have a car. I got my license recently and now need to save money for a car. Upon becoming an electrician I want to save money while living with my mother for like 10-15 years till I have like 300K or so to buy a house with cash and not have to deal with a mortgage. Currently trying not to do the whole “waste my 20s” thing

  53. baboobabellic February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    I continued being lazy as I watched money pour in.

  54. trebortus February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    I cruised through my twenties not giving a shit about my career. Used to go to work high because it was boring work. I knew I wanted to be in IT but had low level jobs in that field. Im 35 now and have spent the last 18 months studying at night (completed MCSA 2012, built small homelab and am working towards CCNA) as my goal is to become a sys admin. I’m not there yet but have an interview next week.
    Turning point(s) were realising I’m the only one who can make things happen for myself and now having a son I want to set an example for.

  55. DukeInterior February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    Go back to education. If you haven’t done a degree, it only takes three years, or if you have find a MSc program. Its never late to start pursuing your interests.

  56. wastedmytwenties February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    Now this thread was made for me!

    Oh….wait, Im not really doing anything with my thirties either….damn.

  57. gagnatron5000 February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    Said, “fuck it, imma be a park ranger” while sitting at my bullshit call center job desk one day. I had nothing to show for five years of college save for student debt I was having trouble paying back, but I figured I could try one last thing before I resigned myself to a life of mundanity. I was 26 and was fortunate enough to have parents agree to keep a roof over my head while I gave it one more go. I quit the call center and went full time at the retail auto parts store I was working weekends at.

    At 27 I enrolled in and graduated from (with perfect attendence!) a police academy. Every last penny went to paying for tuition. It helps your motivation to bleed a little for something you want. Makes you feel like the wounds are worth it. I learned a lot about myself. Went from a pack-a-day slob at 210 lbs, winded after a block of jogging, to 165 and a 10:31 mile & a half in about nine months. I felt like a warrior.

    At 28 I accepted a county security job. Pay wasn’t great, but it was enough and the benefits were amazing. Suddenly I didn’t need to worry about a tank of gas, or a fridge full of food, or a checkup at the doctor’s.

    I’m now 29, and I recently accepted a position at another department. I’m making well over three times what I was before the academy. I also volunteer at another, smaller department for fun. Those guys are my church, so to speak. My girlfriend and I are buying a house this year. She’s getting a ring that *didn’t* come from a cracker jack box. I can’t think of another woman that would see this through with me, and I’m the luckiest man in the world to have her in my life.

    I’m going to spend my early thirties going back to school for civil engineering. I think my community can benefit from my natural mathematics abilities (I actually did really well in advanced calculus courses) in addition to my first responder training.

    I didn’t end up being a park ranger, but damn if I didn’t change my life for the better. I can *always* go back to retail and insurance, and I’ll be no worse off than I was four years ago. It doesn’t matter what you do, just do *something*. Say it with me: “[FUCK IT](https://youtu.be/sJGmvyH7EMM).” Leave it all behind you, you can always go back to it if you want to turn back. But once you see how far you can go, you’ll want to keep pushing. You got this. You are a warrior.

    Ninja edit: also, go read reddit’s [No More Zero Days](https://www.reddit.com/r/getdisciplined/comments/1q96b5/i_just_dont_care_about_myself/cdah4af?utm_source=reddit-android).

  58. Spoolerdoing February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    Well, I did go back to college in my mid twenties, but didn’t finish. I’m one project away from graduating but don’t have the money since the price hike.

    Landed on my feet with a temp job that’s now been going over a year, where I’ve been garnering a name for myself as somewhat of a flying squad troubleshooter that can (and have) fit into any team in the organisation. Current contract ends soon but multiple managers have mentioned me to other managers in need and I’ve not gone more than a fortnight without work.

  59. hartzonfire February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    Thanks fellow Americans. Appreciate the feedback.

  60. Gastrox February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    I only did nothing for the first half of my twenties. When I decided that I had had enough of waiting tables and being a miserable drunk I decided I wanted to see the world. Being that I was broke, the only real option to do that was to become an English teacher. So I got my CELTA certification, the hardest month of my life, and started tutoring privately in Denver for about a year while I saved up money to emigrate. I chose Colombia because I had heard nice things and I wanted to learn Spanish. 3 years later I’m still here in Bogota. I have a great job for the region, live in a nice apartment with two good friends, have a lovely girlfriend who just completed her master’s degree. I’m no longer depressed, I have a lot of healthy and active hobbies, I travel around this beautiful country, I cook, and I’m mostly bilingual. Leaving the US was the best thing that ever happened to me and for the first time in my life I can genuinely say that I love what I do.

  61. lusciouslou February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    I am in a similar position. I am 26, and have done basically nothing. I hate school. I spent 7 years in college with nothing to show for it, and could never see myself going back. I have pretty much accepted that I will never find a job that I enjoy, and I may just live relatively unhappy until I die.

  62. ghettone February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    Help start a small business. In my 20 I had no friends and never got out. Now people notice me in random places and always come up to talk. Depression went away when I had all this stuff to do.

  63. jstehlick February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    Got married and had a child. It has its ups & downs.

  64. tolndakoti February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    My twenties was actually a wake up call. Just graduated with a bachelors in engineering, and couldn’t find a career, but I found jobs that paid the bills. This was before the recession, so it wasn’t hard to find an entry level IT job. But that was depressing; getting an engineering degree, and can’t land that entry level engineering position, which is super important to get your foot in the door.
    I was frustrated that I didn’t have control I’m my career situation. I decided to take control on something else. I had plenty to work on. I was tired of being obese. Been that way since I was a kid.

    I started running. 1 mile a day. Don’t care how slow or fast. Just get my 4 laps in. That sort of worked. I didn’t like running, but that transitioned into swimming in a lap pool, which I liked and burned far more calories. 30 mins a day,every other day. Go as fast or slow as you like, just don’t stop swimming for 30 mins.

    Then I started changing my diet. I had a lot of support from my friend at the time. Strict portion control. I ate 1 cup of brown rice, 1 cup of teriyaki chicken breast with broccoli,and a fruit if I was still hungry. Ate that every meal…for a year. I was only able to do this by tricking myself to think that all the food in the super market was not food, the only food was those few ingredients. It was a boring year, but looking back, would do again.

    I lost 60 lbs this way. That was a major confidence booster for me as there was no way to cheat or manipulate the system to get the desired results. It was 100% earned by hard work and discipline.

    That confidence booster cascaded into the rest of my life, believing that I can do anything. I believed that if a human being has done it before, then I can do it…if I wanted to.

    Then came the snowboarding, the sailing, the surfing, moving to SoCal (always wanted to live there), then moving to Hawaii. Making moves that I didn’t even dare to dream of, for fear of failure.

    If I have any advice to dole out, it is to achieve something that’s important to you. That confidence in the achievement will bring you to the next goal you want to achieve.

  65. boogie414 February 12, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    I had kids starting at 31. Staying at home with them now. So my 30s will be kid rearing years basically then back to school. Should have a decent career by 40 lol.

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