That makes sense! That's really smart. But may I ask what's keeping you from planning or thinking about years to come
How so? If you don't mind me asking
I'm getting married in June 2018. Then he and I will be moving so he can attend law school. We will be living on my income. I save everything I can. I try to pick up at work so I try for 60 hour weeks in order to save as much as possible. With the names that my fiance is throwing around for law school options... I'm gonna need a lot of money to be able to afford for us to live in those areas of the country lol
Well that all sounds very prosperous! Congratulations! I wish you all the best and happiness!
:) Thanks. My field doesn't really pay well enough to be able to afford to live in the places he wants to go (Harvard, University of Chicago, Stanford - all very real possibilities for him). And I'm over here like, "I don't make enough to afford the rent in those places haha. So I'm trying to save enough so that I can afford to live, even if I take a loss at the end of every month for 3 years before he starts contributing once he's employed.
Anxious about it how?
war is coming
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Woah! Do you find living like that kinda stressful?
Not really. I would think always thinking about the future would be stressful!
Well I would guess either one would be stressful, but there's nothing wrong with having a few goals in mind regarding the future. Possibly coming up with a gameplan, like an outline of what you're gonna do when the time comes. Like me I decided my freshman year if high school that when I was a junior I was gonna start looking at colleges and what they require from applicants. I like to live moment by moment as well, but there's nothing wrong with just thinking any the future. What do you think? I apologize for the lengthy reply just those are my thoughts.
Our society encourages us to think about the future. If you want to be "successful" you should think about the future. I just want to live now.
Well fair enough