Kaz wrote:I tried but I found out to my detriment that it was an incredibly abusive industry.
gandalf37 wrote:I took a specialization in game design with my software engineering degree. Of the 15 people in my graduating year with this...minor I guess you could call it, I'm fairly certain only one actually went into the game industry.
As for 10 years ago me. I was 17, graduating from high school and fat. I lost a ton of weight and I'm basically a completely different person, not including that I am married and own a house now. Bunch of shit happened to me though, my sister-in-law (well, future sister-in-law at the time) and her boyfriend, who was my close friend, died in a car crash. Then two years later, my Mom died suddenly in her sleep without warning at 52 years old, six months before my wedding. It has caused me to not waste my time or take shit from people I could care less about.
Not to bring in my sob story, everyone's got shit they deal with, but that is why I am so different compared to ten years ago. I know people who haven't changed one bit in ten years.
Cassiel wrote:Listen to the Mustache.
Cassiel wrote:He uses 15k miles per year in the example because not everyone is in a position to bike around town, but biking also isn't necessary to cut down your mileage. I drive fewer than 3k miles per year because I moved to within 3 miles from where I work. That's something you should do anyway -- you'd be amazed at how positive an impact a 5-minute commute has on your life.
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