Who /self-improvement here?
>will have saved up $5k by summer
>Will be moving from. San Diego to San Antonio on summer
Good luck OP. I'm from San Antonio and I can tell you it'll be cheaper to live here.
Not a fancy city but it's definitely comfy and pretty nice during Fall and Winter.
I hope you can handle the heat during summer though, them 110+ temperatures are a bitch.
>NEET for three years
>life going no where
>still had 23k in the bank so I felt it was justified
>get a job
>$25 an hour
>2 years later
>making 28.33 an hour now
>moving in with her soon
>tons of self esteem now
Up until the 2nd year of NEETDOM I could hardly even talk to people that were not my friends or look people in the eye. In the third year I realized nothing really mattered and stopped giving a fuck what other people thought. I got over my anxiety and started applying for jobs and got one. Went on tinder and found a girl. We fucked for three weeks and then decided to date. Now I'm marrying her
Srs guys. I was the typical woman hating robot with no future and changed that shit. Unless you are actually disabled or deformed you can do it too.
>get a full time job offer in May from the company I am temping at
>pay off loans by July
>have 10k in savings by the end of the year
>buy a car in the next 2 years
>put a down payment on a house in the next 3
>drop 15 lbs down to 155lbs
>ride 2000 miles on my bike
>maybe run into a girl who wants to get naked with me
Up until 18 months ago the most I worked since 2011 was a 7 month stint. Spent 2 years "freelancing" AKA smoking weed and playing video games.
>He genuinely believes marriage is a good thing
>Common-law marriage, also known as sui juris marriage, informal marriage, or marriage by habit and repute,
Basically if your country is ass backwards enough
just the act of living with a conniving harpy
means she owns 50% or more of your shit
> Was self-improvement
> Work incredibly hard to be /fit/ and take part in sport 6 days a week
> Do an engineering degree planning on cashing in on postponing life now for the future
> Get diagnosed with a chronic degenerative disease, will likely be paralysed by mid 30s and die of cardiac failure
> Self-improvement end
If that's true, sorry man that blows. At least having a deadline gives you room to plan a bit.
Do you feel like you can do whatever the fuck you want now?
Or, is it as if your actions matter more now?