Aww thank ya. I think you are pretty cool too
How does that old saying go? If you do what you love doing for a living, you will never work for a living. But obviously, the financial aspect should be considered if your future goals require a certain income to be able to achieve them. In my case, I went to study engineering with civil engineering in mind, only because that was what my uncle was and I saw what his job was like. After I got into the engineering college, I looked around to what other kind of jobs were available to engineering degreed people and I switched to mechanical engineering because those jobs paid more at that time. I never regretted that decision and I had a very rewarding career, both intellectually and financially. But that did involve a period of time early on to go to night school after my working day to earn an MBA degree which was necessary in order for me to be promoted into the corporation management positions. Now I live a very comfortable life with the adequate pension from my former employer and the income from the various investments I made during my working days.
Be youreself whereever you are. Trust me it works every time.
You should only change yourself for yourself. For example, if you want to be more attractive to someone, you might choose to become physically fit. Still though, you should become physically fit for yourself - you'll feel better about yourself and likely become more attractive to many other people.
Changing for someone else rarely ends well for the person. Doing it for yourself is best - you're the only person that you can be absolutely sure will never betray you.
I started to a while back because I was really ashamed of who I was. I started trying to be someone else. Then a good friend snapped at me, okay he really really yelled at me over this and I needed it to be honest. He said being myself is what people love and why be ashamed of that.
Finding Jeremiah Glassassharasser hadn't been a problem, as Mort "The Magic Nostril" Pugstiffer had been spectacular and tracked the comatose toast merchant in just five years - give or take a decade - using nothing else, but his human sensing toes, for his bravura performance.
Hyacinth, breathtakingly bald, blow valve, sleuth
Finding the difference between Sukiesnow and a lamppost turned out to be more difficult than John had anticipated - even after the famous skinny jeans test, the correct choice was far from obvious and so, he had to hit the streets with both of them, soliciting the living daylights out of the lamppost first.
Keyboard solo, Han Solo, lump of dump, kittyplucker
His penis approached her looking vaguely like a snapping turtle about to deactivate....then charging full steam ahead... She tried to sigh...but it came out as a lame pssst sound....oh well...so much for that....
Pull, traditional, enhanced, structure.
"Doctor Who?" asked the annoyed man, drawing ellipses on a stolen napkin - please stop that, you are now annoying me and I'm the bloody writer here - apparently bemused by the idea of a phone booth being bigger inside.
Pollution, drooling competition, heavenly, horticultural society
Fatty McGee wasn't drunk as a skunk, but his pet skunk was 1.618034 times over the legal stinking limit, poking fun at elderly women's flabby breasts with remarks like: "May I take your bag, ma'am?"
Philanthropy, entropy, milling machine, FIAT
Corpulent McDiddly was a ghost hunter with 2.618034 times the mass of Urectum, always ready to stick fiddlesticks in his ears, in case some disturbed hotel monkey were to utter the stupidest words known to the mice and men: "May I check your bags, sir?"
Permanent rudder damage, lip sync, brewskie, VW
Yes...but we are ALL social people and we need/want friends in the workplace, too.