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Nanos112315yI only seem to find its either, work all the time, or no work and no money..
I guess we'll have time when we retire..
diavel4585y@Floydian, thank you man. I really need to sit down, prioritize and get my life under control.
diavel4585y@1989 , oh man that's bad.
It's not that bad. Sooner or later you'll find your priorities. I force myself to work around 40 hours not much more. If a company doesn't like that then they can terminate me and I'll even find a company that pays a lot more than these people do now... Now I have expierence in a professional capacity
Hustling and working really hard, especially at your age, is not a bad thing. But you absolutely need some boundaries. The work you’re doing to advance your career is important. You know that. Now put an importance level on your personal life and health and balance the three accordingly. It sounds like all your focus is on your career but your personal life and health deserve some of that focus. Break it up a bit.
psone6195yI suggest working out at home. All it takes is 1 hour. 30 minutes to work out - 30 minutes to rest+shower. 3 months and you will see significant progress in your body and your mental ability. Convert all that frustration and stress into energy during workout.