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    (Original post by AngryRedhead)
    Zargabaath Is this you?
    No I did my drunken moan last night
    Besides i only turned 20 yesterday, so early 20s is a little misleading
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    i also can't afford netflix :cry2:
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    (Original post by Little Popcorns)
    The way you've replied I was going to say are you OP but you aren't working atm and you definitely don't just watch netflix and eat ****.
    I have been binge watching Louis Theroux documentaries on Netflix whilst drinking beer :proud:
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    (Original post by TheonlyMrsHolmes)
    I really enjoyed it and then one morning my foot got stuck in the pavement and I fell really hard on my face, almost broke my nose...I don't know why but I never went back. Soon after, my granddads sister (who lived on that same road) passed away and I just never felt like going back...I ended up stopping all together. I think my happiness levels where at their highest back then, I was very productive, got enough sleep and was at my fittest. Now I feel like a cold, miserable old lady with aches and pains who thinks the world is just a very cold place (I'm 18 ).
    Aw hun I totally know the feeling I was all singing all dancing then everything seemed to fall apart in my life all at once and I didn't have the physical or mental strength to even get out of bed let alone exercise. But you can get better! Make being happy and not letting stress get to you a priority and then once you feel a bit better emotionally you'll be in a better place to start up with your hobbies again (exercise) - could start out with something a little less intensive running can be pretty tough at times.
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    (Original post by ChaoticButterfly)
    I have been binge watching Louis Theroux documentaries on Netflix whilst drinking beer :proud:
    you're not OP though because you don't have a job beb
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    (Original post by Zargabaath)
    No I did my drunken moan last night
    Besides i only turned 20 yesterday, so early 20s is a little misleading
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    i also can't afford netflix :cry2:
    Oh, my bad, apologies

    I was not implying that your life needed sorting out or anything of course, I hope you didn't take it that way.
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    I have Netflix, do you want to be my person 2 or whatever on it?
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    (Original post by AngryRedhead)
    Oh, my bad, apologies

    I was not implying that your life needed sorting out or anything of course, I hope you didn't take it that way.
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    I have Netflix, do you want to be my person 2 or whatever on it?
    It's fine don't worry
    I've made similar late night threads in the past as well :lol:

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    that is really kind of you, but i don't watch that many shows and stuff so it would be a bit wasted on me, thanks for the offer though :hugs:
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    (Original post by ChaoticButterfly)
    When I was revising I would go on my bike for an hour straight away after I got up. Then spend rest of the day revising. When you are revising and have no lessons etc to go to you actually have a lot of time. Making some time for exercise is not going to harm your exam chances. It would probably help it. You can't be switched on 24/7 and it gets to the point where it becomes counter productive.
    I know, I just can't seem to find the energy. I just feel a bit too stressed at the moment.
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    (Original post by Zargabaath)
    It's fine don't worry
    I've made similar late night threads in the past as well :lol:
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    that is really kind of you, but i don't watch that many shows and stuff so it would be a bit wasted on me, thanks for the offer though :hugs:
    I hope you're okay :console:
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    Seriously, you might aswell, I haven't used it all for about a year, maybe more. I'm basically paying £6.00 a month for nothingness because I never get time enough to use it
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    (Original post by Little Popcorns)
    Aw hun I totally know the feeling I was all singing all dancing then everything seemed to fall apart in my life all at once and I didn't have the physical or mental strength to even get out of bed let alone exercise. But you can get better! Make being happy and not letting stress get to you a priority and then once you feel a bit better emotionally you'll be in a better place to start up with your hobbies again (exercise) - could start out with something a little less intensive running can be pretty tough at times.
    I know how that feels too. Yes, I agree but it's finding the energy to do it that is hard. I stopped going out with friends and everything because it just became too difficult. Although, I went for a 40 min walk the other day and it was nice (even though I came home and took a nap, I also think I'm really low in Iron tbh...).
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I'm in my early twenties and frankly sometimes I feel pathetic. I know what I want to do to improve myself; start working out, learn Spanish, start reading and writing more, learn to drive and other things. But everyday I just wake up (far too late usually), go to work, come home and watch Netflix and eat **** food. I don't know how to break the cycle and become the person I want to be. Any advice?
    Maybe you need to just accept this is how you are? I know I have had to accept I am a lazy person.
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    (Original post by TheonlyMrsHolmes)
    I know how that feels too. Yes, I agree but it's finding the energy to do it that is hard. I stopped going out with friends and everything because it just became too difficult. Although, I went for a 40 min walk the other day and it was nice (even though I came home and took a nap, I also think I'm really low in Iron tbh...).
    That's good going for a walk is a start . Maybe get your doctor to run a blood test to check your iron and in the meantime take a multivitamin
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    Maybe you need to just accept this is how you are? I know I have had to accept I am a lazy person.
    Oh I know full well that 'm a lazy prick, but I want to be better.
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    (Original post by AngryRedhead)
    I hope you're okay :console:
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    Seriously, you might aswell, I haven't used it all for about a year, maybe more. I'm basically paying £6.00 a month for nothingness because I never get time enough to use it
    I've PMd you to avoid derailing this thread anymore
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    (Original post by Little Popcorns)
    Aw hun I totally know the feeling I was all singing all dancing then everything seemed to fall apart in my life all at once and I didn't have the physical or mental strength to even get out of bed let alone exercise. But you can get better! Make being happy and not letting stress get to you a priority and then once you feel a bit better emotionally you'll be in a better place to start up with your hobbies again (exercise) - could start out with something a little less intensive running can be pretty tough at times.
    Go for a walk and listen to a podcast

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