- Joined Jan 3, 2011
No I'm not...........I'm on niketalk.
go to sleep young man, it's past your bedtimeOriginally Posted by sherwin100s
I'm 21 but I'd just like to thank all of the older members
I've learnt and continue to learn from most of you guys.
Respect to the OP for making this thread.
Appreciate it fam, good luck to you as wellOriginally Posted by Dmvbatman
good luck on your journey man.....those friends will try to come back around when they see you successful with your degree.Originally Posted by undefinedinc
I am definitely happier with my life right now compared to when I was 18-24..At that age I was a knuckle head with no path in life, I dropped out of college and I worked 2 dead end jobs at 21. Thank god that happened because working those jobs and seeing my coworkers in their 40s and 50s struggling making just a little more than me made me realize I need to get back into school..So I'm currently on the path to graduating college next year..As far as financially I am not struggling, but I do have loans I will have to repay as well as other debt, the women department is super lacking, but that's partly to me just not wanting to go out and focusing on school..I have lost TONS of friends who don't understand that I can't go to every party, I have to study so they don't hit me up like they use to..But I know sacrifices were bound to happen..Work now, play later is my motto..
I'm 27 by the way
I'm a happy camper. We ALL can say we wish we coulda done this or that differently, but that's just a part of life and the learning process.Originally Posted by Dmvbatman
then you were when you were younger, say 18-24......
or are you struggling financially, or in the women department, making or keeping friends, etc
and by closer to 30 i mean those that are 27 and up.
what are some things you would have done different when you were younger?
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