I'm at a point in my life now where I've, more or less, reached many of my long term goals, goals that I've been working towards for many years. I went from a depressed, obese, ugly, unmotivated, lifeless slug with a pathetic social life and no interactions with women in high school to a strong, fit (not jacked... yet), charismatic, motivated, and successful physical therapist in a long-term relationship with a woman of my dreams.. who also happens to be a hot physical therapist. It's been roughly a 10 year transformation (my ten year reunion is next week, so literally a 10 year transformation) which began with a pact I made with myself that if my life didn't drastically improve, I would off myself. It was pain that started it all, and success and drive that kept me going.

So, that leads me to where I am now. Two weeks ago, I started a job that pays ~100k annually. For the first time in my life (I'm 28 now) I'm working at a job where I can not only sustain myself, but will have disposable income. I get all the sex I could want, as my girlfriend has a high sex drive. We're both in shape, so the sex is great. I've been able to keep off the ~120 pounds I lost from high school and I recently hit my goal of benching 350, squatting 450, and deadlifting 500. My social life isn't outstanding, as I never had the time or resources to hang out with people while going through school, but it's getting there. All the relevant pieces of my life are falling into place. I feel like I've reached the top of the mountain, and as I look out, I'm... underwhelmed.

Lately, I've felt my drive diminishing. I guess I was picturing some sort of grand finish as I was fighting to achieve my goals. Now that I'm here, I don't know where to go or what to do. I feel like I'm going to be locked in my present life for years without a foreseeable improvement in sight. I mean, yeah I can keep improving myself.. I could keep lifting weights till I'm jacked, could work longer and harder to earn 120k, could try to explore new sex positions with my girlfriend, but lately I've been thinking "what's the point?". I feel like I'm entering a stage of my life where I could stagnate and quickly lose my edge. It feels like the natural progression of life would be to settle down, get married, have kids, give a fuck about making it to watch my kids' soccer practice, buy a house and make small talk with neighbors. All of which sounds boring as fuck.

Should I get a life coach or something? Not sure where to go from here.