Yes, enjoy it while you can
I suppose that's all one can do.
You can always go back to college to learn the technical skills that you need to bring your ideas to life. That's what I'm doing. This will be the third time for me. Then again, I don't really have the same ideas that I did when I first entered college.
what technical skills are you learning?
Once you have a full time job, weeks are flying by like nothing. Also the older you get, the more events you have in your memory to compare your immediate past.
I remember that a single year took forever, when I was a child. Now I barely notice the change of seasons as I ramble from month to month.>>6288
>the older you get, the more events you have in your memory to compare your immediate past.
Counterpoint: the older you get, the more routine your life becomes, so your sense of time has less different things to hold on to
When I was very young, a year was a lifetime. A while after that (it felt like forever) a decade was a lifetime.
Yeah, OP (and anyone else in the same boat). One way to go about it is to always be looking to create novelty in your life. That's the only way to "slow" things down and keep the magic around. It only gets more difficult as things go on, but you have to try your best.
I don't see the Curse Mark on me.
Not for me, OP. Wake the fuck up. You're sleepwalking.
i agree. try to visit new places, try new foods, work at different cafes. anything to force your mind to create a new memory.
I definitely feel this. Spent years in school, was a neet for a year and worked the past year. It feels so sudden. I'm trying to focus on projects, learning skills and overall doing meaningful things so that time doesn't pass by so fast.
Make a journal so you can be more aware of where on earth is time going
Aside from the shenanigans and travel, I hated college. Glad its done.
Do this >>7010
I started a journal and its good stuff, even just to get a load off every now and then. Especially since I'm banned from twitter now.
College felt like a lifetime compared to my 20s-30, which really start accelerating. For more "fun" vibes wait until you realize the last few times you've chatted with someone was at a funeral.
>>7042>wait until you realize the last few times you've chatted with someone was at a funeral.
You're scaring me, sushi roll ;_;
Take 15 - 30 minutes a day to meditate. It'll feel like an eternity.