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Do you have a "5 year plan"?

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Mine is to stay on this side of the soil.

ProudMary Level 8 July 11, 2018
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7

I plan to be alive.

Hebert54 Level 7 July 11, 2018
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I was going to say the exact same thing! More like hope than plan though... ha

7

Work. Drink. Eat bacon. Rinse. Repeat.

onlyduh Level 7 July 11, 2018
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Nope. Life has a tendency to stomp all over any plans I make.

memorylikeasieve Level 7 July 10, 2018

So true.

Sigh. Yeah.

7

I plan to meet another atheist and raise little atheist babies on the shores of a clear lake. But I'd settle for a new-to-me pickup truck and double-wide.

minhmeister Level 7 July 10, 2018
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The world shall be in your debt if you accomplish the former

You're comments are just great to read.

@Stacey48 Thanks!

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Hahahaha! I barely have a "make it through the week" plan!

Minta79 Level 6 July 11, 2018
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No plans I go from day to day 😉

Sheannutt Level 9 July 10, 2018
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My 5 year plan is to hang on until I can get on Medicare if it is still out there, and then coast until I can retire.

HippieChick58 Level 8 July 11, 2018
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What the hell for?
It has been my experience that life laughs at 5-year plans.
Then, it fucks them.

KKGator Level 9 July 10, 2018
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So you can unfuck them of course smile001.gif wasted 7 years of my life since graduating college. I now have an obtainable goal that will increase my financial stability and quality of life while doing something that a robot couldn't do

@Quazi Congratulations. Good luck with all that.
Perhaps, as you get older, you will not have to change your plans and ideals to accommodate reality.

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Well, sort of... The plan is to be retired from the current job and then to know where I'll be moving, somewhere away from rural GA

moonmaid Level 7 July 11, 2018
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4

Remember to breathe ...

Simon1 Level 7 July 11, 2018
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I find life changes too fast for long term plans other than in a broad sense. I focus on building general capabilities: fitness, learn new things, acquire new skills.

Mitch07102 Level 7 July 11, 2018
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A plan with built in flexibility , Excellent !

@Cast1es Think anti-fragile a la Nassim Taleb.

4

I don't have a five day plan.

bleurowz Level 8 July 11, 2018
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I have been retired for over 23 year and live one day at a time. I do plan for some travel and camping experiences but rarely more than 1 month in advance.

jlynn37 Level 8 July 11, 2018
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I'm currently living my last 5 year plan. My new 5 year plan is to own a boat. Best part is that I'll be 41yo in 5 years, so everyone will think it's a midlife crisis.

ScubaWags Level 6 July 11, 2018
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Prescott Level 5 July 11, 2018
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Plan to retire in less than 6 months.

Clare Level 7 July 11, 2018
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More like a 21 foot rule...

OtherPatrick Level 5 July 10, 2018
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I wonder how many people will actually understand that reference.
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Learn from the past plan for the future but live for today

Drsmash253 Level 7 July 11, 2018
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Yeah, not to make any 5 year plans!

IAJO163 Level 6 July 11, 2018
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Absolutely

Donotbelieve Level 8 July 11, 2018
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Yes...in fact, I have a chart where I keep short-term through long-term goals and I update it monthly as things progress to account for variables an unseen changes. Everyone needs a roadmap to follow or they are just wandering aimlessly.

SkotlandSkye Level 8 July 11, 2018
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Why you asking?

GipsyOfNewSpain Level 8 July 11, 2018
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Because im a nosey PoS. Mostly to procrastinate studying for my math final that is now today

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@Quazi I have to handle to you you just invented the word "procrsatinate". Make sure is added to wikipedia.

@GipsyOfNewSpain but whatever do you mean?

@Quazi your post response was Edited. Bottom left corner... so YOU DO KNOW WHAT I MEAN. Ha, ha, he, ha.

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Not really a five year plan, but I would like to stay employed until I decide it’s time to retire.

Hermit Level 7 July 11, 2018
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Kind of. Circumstances change, plans change. Some people say, "Live like you'll die tomorrow." That's a crock of shit. But something closer to, "Live like you'll die in 10 years" suits me for the time being.

recluse Level 4 July 11, 2018
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