While I seem chilled out, I'm very goal oriented and economic with my finances. The girls I've dated tend to not care about where they're going in life. All they care about is their friends and having fun.
They'll live paycheck to paycheck; every outing to the shopping mall sends them broke; they don't care about where they'll be in 5 years time, or buying their own place or setting themselves up for their future etc.
If you try and talk to them about something serious and beneficial for their life, it just goes in one ear and out the other.
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Yes but I've been on both ends of the spectrum so I can't talk much, in my defense I'm young
So I still go through phases
Coming into college I had perfect grades, didn't party, lived off parents by 2nd year of college due to a variety of things, I changed.
I no longer lived off my parents; had my own place but I started partying and put more emphasis on friends. I lived pay check to pay check but I also made good money for a student 1,200 a month more or less sometimes as much as 1,600 and I blew through it. Shopping sprees nice apartment, booze. I'm not expecting to save a fortune in college. Grades suffered but I was still a very active leader on campus.
Junior year: New change, I've leaned to balance more, I pay my own tuition actually always have and still have money to blow but I have a savings account now so that's been helpful. I have been focusing a lot on repairing old credit mistakes because I think about things like house buying.
I had similar friends..
One graduated before me;older
she now doesn't party as hard but occasionally. She now works for groupon lives downtown in a major city and definitely not living pay check to pay. So I definitely expect there'd be sometype of transition with age
Especially at 25-29
You're picking up the wrong girls