The process starts at 18, when you’re allowed to vote, die for your country and be tried as an adult, but I think most of us can agree that we still have a lot of growing up to do at that age.
The next step is 21, and while in the “Mad Men” era that may have been the age when all men were expected to put childish things away, get married and be on their way to starting a career, that’s no longer the case.
I am a 30-year old entrepreneur with my own online fashion store…soon to open my first physical boutique. The user-interface guy is the man who married my Duke educated sister. You need a man who makes you feel safe, heard, and understood. He’s incredibly sweet and generous to me and almost too into me (we have known each other for a while as friends and he’s recently been pushing for a sexual/exclusive relationship), hard working at his very low paying job that makes him happy, but only really has ambitions to make maybe 30K a year or lower and he’d be content with that.
I work hard but believe in balance so I love to get out and enjoy spending my hard earned dollar. I think it’s wonderful that you are driven, ambitious, and self-sufficient. The majority of men aren’t slackers and aren’t millionaires. Plus he has student loan debt that he’s not trying to pay off urgently, and his longest job has been only about 6 months so far.
I haven’t owned a car since 2014, the year when my Subaru Legacy died a smoky death on the side of the road.
He totally freaked out on me and was very passive aggressive – which opened up a whole other can of worms.
Wait for them to come to you.” The advice came from my dear friend Jennifer, who has a stepfamily...
You’re going to want to hug them and bond with them, but it’ll be better if you relax and hang back. Surely K would appreciate the perks of my lifestyle.
So this one’s for the ladies, but the dudes should pay attention, too.
( It's kinda of a follow up to this thread I made awhile back.)Without dragging this on.