>>16794929 Turning 29 this year - everything in the future depends on what you do in the past. If you do everything the same way every year, then you are going to think and feel the same.
Would recommend that you try heaps of shit and not be afraid of failing at things, and have fun in the process - when you get older, there is less room to be so adventurous and more risk taking as you were when younger.
I'm 30. It's more or less the same, except I have more confidence, experience, charisma and have slept with a LOT more women.
Enjoy being 22 the same way you do 30; go do the cool shit that you want to do with your life; step out of your comfort zone, stop giving a fuck about what other people think, and find a way to build something valuable with your life (experience, education, relationships, etc) in a way that helps you survive.
Actually, "networking" (really; making friends in strange places) is something I regret not doing more of. It's like shitposting on 4chan, but with your real name and not being an asshole so people remember you and send opportunities your way once in awhile.
I'm 32. I definitely feel more wise, don't have as much energy, more mellow than before. I feel like i should have 'grown up' and that other people should do too but you know what it never happens.
The most helpful advice i could give comes in two words: compound interest. Start on your pension asap, you will retire rich. And for the love of god do not have kids until you are ready. I don't have them and have no interest in having kids.
>>16794929 just turned 33 here. Married with kids. I'm a normie now, but that's fine. I'm happy where I am, as I've finally gotten some stability in my life. While I imagine that many would feel "but i was supposed to do all these cool things...", I can look back and say "I did all those cool things", as I've travelled the world and all that. This is why I've settled down with the impetus of a howitzer shell.
My 20's: PTSD from deployments, couldn't fiction as a human, rarely left room, lots of therapy and self-therapy for that + my depression/anxiety
My 30's: Worked through it, went to school, got the job I've always wanted. In the best shape of my life. Never had gf yet but hopefully someday.
My situation is a little extreme, but for me there was a lot of personal growth. Just think of a much wiser and more at peace version of yourself. Something tells me that the trend continues as you hit your 40's and 50's and beyond.
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