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male 35 - 39
2 hours ago

I know some of you have extra income to get a 2nd and even a 3rd car in the household.

What do you have and why do you have it? I currently have an empty garage and looking at getting a weekend / special summer car(Something around 10 000- 12 000$, C4 corvette, early 2000’s mustang, etc.), but I seriously don’t feel like spending too much money on it, first the first time in my life, I have some extra income and I feel like it would be a bad decision even though I wouldn’t have to sacrifice anything.

I owned several cars in the past (sports and sports compact) and at 38, I don’t really feel that excited anymore at the prospect of getting a new car - instead I got the weight of an extra insurance payment and maintenance money on my mind! What have I become!? The upside, is that i still love the hobby, I like working / fixing vehicles and cleaning them up and, of course, going for a little ride…and the depreciation on such vehicles is usually very low, you can sell them years later for almost what you paid for - so they are not a huge financial risk (that’s what I tell myself). Anyway, just wondering what some of you have and if you still enjoy the hobby as you are getting older..and more financially responsible!

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my coworker is a middle analyst, while i am a senior one.

i’ve been working here for a 6 months, and my coworker was working here for 2,5 years.

外围体育投注And he wanted to be senior very badly, afaik.

yesterday he was angry and called me saying that he feels like major part of the work is on him, and he is just a middle analyst, like i should be taking major part of job since i am senior. i told him lets have a meeting on the week and disscuss it. He said ok.

外围体育投注And then today my manager called me and had a conversation, that my coworker is complaing that i dont do my job, not being proactice, etc. And told me that he will monitor me closely from now on.

The thing is, i dont want to grow in this company im just doing my job, while my coworker is hyperactive, he wants to show his visibility, super proactive. And he thinks that he derserves to be a senior.

i mean i dont care, company offered me job, money i took it. its not like none of my business who wanted that job besides me

Never had such competetive coworkers before, he pissed me off.

how should i go about it?

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MINIMAL savings.

Driving a $1500 car.

外围体育投注No real clue how to proceed in my career. (or rather... Lack of one)

I need to create a vision for myself -- some career to work towards... I want a good lifestyle, a family...Sick of living paycheck to paycheck. Getting a dead-end job will just bring more of the same.

外围体育投注No clue what to do, and feeling down about it.

外围体育投注My 31st birthday is approaching, and life hasn't 'clicked' yet. I was going to pursue being a teacher, but decided against it. Was going to get an MA in Counseling, but realized I'm daunted by the debt and hate school. I need to be engaged, committed to a path... But I feel confused as to what I want to invest my energies into, and overwhelmed at the thought of grad school debt and years of academics.

I'm not built for the 9-5, corporate rat race life. I realize that excludes a lot... I've tried, and it just deadened me completely.

Did anyone start their career past 30? I've been drifting until now... And I feel the fire under my ass. I KNOW I have to get my shit together, but frankly don't know where to start... I've got a dream relationship, my health is great... But I still feel like a little boy in the $ and career realms.

I WANT to commit, I want to delve deeply into a career... But I'm paralyzed in indecision. Ready, yet confused. Craving focus, but feeling scattered.

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I'm in my 40s, and travel is a fairly common part of my regular work. I haven't had any travel since early March due to Covid (and as an aside, I'm loving not travelling!). Now, I've got a client who'd like me in Alberta for a few days in September. I'd be travelling from Vancouver to do this. And I don't know if this is responsible. I've been taking all of the precautions and following the instructions and recommendations from our provincial and federal health authorities since the pandemic began. I feel like making the decision to hop on a plane now defeats the purpose and work of myself and so many others over the past 6 months. If I bail on the project, well I could lose that gig and client... And just like many of you, jobs have been thin throughout the pandemic and I sure don't like the idea of turning away dollars.

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外围体育投注I just want to do think about anything and have a family that I love, I am 15 years old and I have much problems due to my personality and my reflection, I'm too advanced for my age and this horrible to live. A lot of people hate me and a lot of girls find me annoying or really bad ( bad not like a bad guy but like a crazy obsecional guy ) There's a lot of questions in my head everyday and I just want that to stop, I had a lot of revelations that frustrate me and I think I think about it too much because I don't have a wife and a family, I'm just all days in my room

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