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    I was thinking just the same the other day. Worst thing is, there's no choice in the matter. The way society is, is do that or die seemingly
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    Find a job worth doing.
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    (Original post by a10)
    U mad bro? spending your weekends in the house all day watching your favorite soap or tv program is not living the life...
    I was being sarcastic. Someone has perhaps read my post on a previous thread?

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    (Original post by Runninground)
    I mean, you do all this education stuff for about 20ish years, then you spend the rest of your life working all day 5 days a week with just 20ish days holiday, then you retire and by that time you're too old to do fun stuff.


    Maaaaaaaaaaannnnnnnn, I need some hobbies.
    You're never too old to have fun. Also working is what allows you to have the money to do fun things. The more boring bits of life are what help you appreciate the fun things more.
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    Life never seems boring to me (unless I'm waiting for a ridiculously long time), possibly because I always have ongoing goals; some of which relatively short term, others which aren't. Goals such as improving my skills, getting my dream job, increasing my level of knowledge, etc always provide me with something to do alongside my various hobbies.

    I've also almost always got something to think about, which helps.
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    No! Not if you are doing what you love. I'm a 14-year-old Blogger and Entrepreneur

    I'm looking to mentor some people from TSR who want to SUPER successful in Business and Entrepreneurship. If you do, let's connect.
 
 
 
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