Why do you get up each day, what is the point ? Watch
Sounds like a good idea
I guess my question is more aimed at people who have graduated from uni. When I was at School my main motivation was passing exams, thinking good exam results was a key to a successful and happy life. Comes a time when you just give up trying to do the things youve listed
I've graduated and have a lot of down days, where I question everything and regret wishing my life away when I was a teenager. It's hard to be optimistic about life when all you see is years and years of full time work ahead. My plan atm is to work full time for a few years and then drop to part time as soon as I think I can afford it so I can have a life outside work. I think that's what gets me up in the morning is the hope that some day life will be better.
When I was younger the highlight of my month would be buying a Xbox game, now I can eat an Xbox game everyweek but doesnt give me that same satisfaction .
Sucks that your life had reached that stage. So much to do there isn't enough hours in a day.
Annoyingly exams and assignment deadlines is why I get up.
dude at some point in life (almost) everyone would have felt like you do now, find a hobby, go to the gym, do what you love. now obviously this wont change overnight, think positive and positive things will happen trust me. life is short bro, so live it
Some people doesn't have a choice but you do.
Lead your life to success where you can look back proudly and say 'I did it! I made it happen!'. Wake up and live; don't waste the chance by regretting and questioning life itself, because for each person, their purpose of life is different.
"Life can have any purposes as long as you're willing to work for it "
Me? I just want to earn money. . Enough money to make my parents have a comfy life in the future.
Oh and seeing PFG is always a bonus lately too
I book things in advance e.g. gigs, going away, festivals, etc so that I always have something to look forward to. No matter how **** life is I can always think "23 more days until.." and then get on with the daily mundane stuff. I have to do this otherwise I ask myself the same question you just asked when I wake up every morning and answer "there is no point, I'm a slave to money and then I'll die". Nowadays I smile
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But, in my earlier, less happy, years I suppose what kept me going was the belief/ knowledge that I would at least enjoy my life when I reach sixth-form/ become a university student and become more independent. I guess it was a blind (but also accurate) hope that the future will get better. It's a matter of self-fulfilling prophecy when it comes to these things, I've realised. If you have a positive outlook and are generally optimistic, your future will probably be more rosy too.