Meeting people after uniWatch
Work is not an option. I'll be working in a nursery school. There's about 15 other members of staff, all female, all much older than me (I'm 20, they're about 25-65).
Going out at night is not an option. I have no friends.
What do you do when you need to start from scratch, literally?
Like people have been saying - classes, hobbies, local politics?!,
Personally i would avoid the net.
I work at a nursery, and all of the staff are older than me (I'm 18, they're generally around 24ish), but it doesn't mean that I'm unable to be friends with them, it's just a little bit hard to find some common ground to start with
I thought I made a good friend (from the same city as me) when I went travelling. We spent nearly every day together. Now that he's back with his home friends, he's ignoring me. It figures.
Average age is around 40ish at my nursery...
...I can give the advice, following it is he hard part.
This is an issue I've been dealing with too, as I graduated from university this summer. I have a few people from my course who're also in London, where I live, but I'd like to meet new people too. One site I think looks especially useful is citysocialising.com, which has branches in lots of major cities and is divided into agegroups, so it's easy to find other young people.
http://london.citysocialising.com/profile_019334.asp = me
I'm confused as to why Blitzrieg Bop-why you can't still be friends with your uni friends. When my sisters/bro left uni they all moved away from their best friends at uni but 5 yrs on they are still really good friends and see each other as often as they can-at least like once a month and speak all the time?