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What would you do before starting a new plan in life again after failing the previous one? A) Have a hair cut B) Have a heavy meal C) Buy something expensive D) Change a new environment E) Watch a movie F) Hang out with friends G) Go on a vacation H) Read a book I) Others Choose one and elaborate.
Oct 22, 2008 6:39 AM
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Actually, I did get a haircut as well. That always helps.
October 22, 2008
G) a good vaction ( around 2weeks to 1 mth) helps you to clear your thoughts before starting a new plan. It also gives you time to rejuvenate your body from the after effects. Though it will cost a bit but it is worth it.
October 22, 2008
Go on a loooooong vacation.
October 23, 2008
I'm changing my plan in life, you could say! And I picked D) Change a new environment (Means, change your environment, change *to* a new environment?) I life in a quite small commuter town; where people who have a lot of money come to live. I came here to start a career, but found that being this far away from big cities is actually not something I enjoy. Its difficult to socialise (everyone lives far from the shops, bars; has to drive everywhere), and rent is very very expensive. So, I finished up my work here, enrolled in a study programme and I started making plans to move to the centre of London, where my friends live. I emailed some places I'd be interested in working, and checked they were happy with the qualifications I was studying. I then set about looking for a new house in London, and I've managed to (finally!!) find somewhere that is very different to here, and something that I think I'll be very happy with. Its a big house with my friend, and also about 5 other people from all different countries! I'm pretty excited .... It felt like a pretty big step, changing jobs, moving away and starting everything from the beginning again. But I hope it works out ok! Step by step .....
October 22, 2008
I. Others. There's one thing that was not included in the list. I guess you just have to lift your head and smile.
October 22, 2008
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