Adi I have the same problem, I spend my money too carelessly. But I've got some dubloons saved up so I'm not at crisis-point but I could do better. I also have loads of lists of stuff I wanna get. Where is my winning loterry ticket dammit!???
I am mad at Gamestop because they wouldn't let me Pre-Order Pokemon White 2.
I confess that I'm not afraid of dying or what comes after. One of my greatest fears, however, is leaving this world unchanged.
My fear, however, I confess is losing fun. How so? Goin blind, becoming para or quadriplegic, etc. I love being able to see and hear, and I love the freedom to walk and go wherever I want. I would be scared shitless if I ever lost this freedom. I'd rather face death than stay in bed all day or resort to wheelchair.
I confess I'm having horrible thoughts about the burden I'm putting on my parents, especially my dad, regarding our financial situation. We're having quite some problems, and my mom is not making me feel any better with all the nagging and blaming me. I'm thinking about few options, none which are too good. The least worst of them is just transferring all responsibilities to me and running away so they're not burdened, though I'm not sure how that'd work. The worst option would be devastatin for my parents, but I guess better.
What I really wish is that I could be a teacher because I admire them so much and they are the single most important group of people (other than my mom) that've shaped who I am. Too bad I have zero patience and hate kids.
If I turn 30 and still feel like I'm not really getting anywhere, I will resort to having a fucking kid. It's the easiest and most sure-fire way to make sure you've left a bit of yourself behind. I'm pretty sure it makes me a bad person for only ever wanting a child for such self-important reasons such as that, but eh. It is what it is. Plus I would probably make a pretty shitty mother.
Well I think you'd be a good mother. And a very cool one too. And good luck with your goals!
i confess i never thought i would miss her that much
I confess that sometimes, when you're nice to other people, it really pays back.
While having a child is the easiest way to leave a legacy or a part of yourself behind, raising a child isn't easy, and again you'd need a lot of patience. But you're still young, by the time you're reaching 30 your opinion on children will most likely change and you'd be more prepared to have one. Life experiences and all
I confess that marathoning Code Geass season 1 was a bad idea before a math quiz. I'm still in something like a vegetative state (which always happens when I see/read something that surprised me) and I'm trying to cram this confusing abstract algebra stuff into my skull (since it's a summer class, it moved beyond me in 2 days and now I'm lost).
Test - 40min and counting...
Tryin to get a job, but it's hard. Plus, I wouldn't be that miserable. I'd be having an adventure! \o/ I'd 'miss the stability, but the unknown is what makes life fun. In any case, I hate being such a burden to my parents. All because college is fucking expensive, which is bullshit.
IT's like America doesn't want you to get an education, or they prefer elites get education. Colleges are also operating more like businesses, hirin teachers that are fucking hard to understand. Annoys me so much.