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More like the feeling of missing recess once you get to junior high.
First off this isn't good advice. Now that thats out of the way I'll say that a lot of people feel the same way and sometimes you can make your own fun. We have some work fantasy football leagues. I do superbowl squares every year. We do tons of for fun brackets and stuff. The owner of the company is also actively buying squares and participating in March madness brackets every year. Tread lightly but there are people that actively want to have fun. I live in a legalized state and the company has acknowledged that by saying its ok to get high, just not at work (more or less). I have a lot of fun with my coworkers. I guess the summary is 1) this is all bad advice 2) find some common ground with coworkers and see if you can make it something fun. I used tons of sports as an example but I'm sure there are tons of other things. 3) be friends with coworkers. Tread lightly. Always know that you can't over step. But I have a few people at work I truly trust. Lots of people feel the same way as you.
I know a bunch of people who went back to school for a master's in their 30s and enjoyed the experience. One of my friends said that being back in school for a year or two is just enough to recapture the nostalgia and make friends, but it's not too long to get sick of it.
you remember how it felt missing kindergarten in your first year of school?
if they do, I am guessing its a degree related with maths
I remember missing nap time.
Yeah, all those former kindergarteners having to pay bills without a job.
I get the studying jitters even after grad. After years of studying past midnight and suddenly you don't have to, you always feel like you need to open up a book.
Goddamn panic flashbacks waking up in the middle of the night. I also have vivid dreams a lot, so that doesn't help in the slightest.