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How do I not waste my time?

August 24, 2022


I have a pressing issue that is threading trouble across all dimensions of my life.

I cannot seem to figure out what to do with my day.

My current schedule looks like this.

Wake up, eat, shower, work, hour break for lunch, work, go to the gym, eat, idle, bedtime.

I cannot seem to figure out what to do in the “idle” time.

A few more things: I’m 24 and kind of broke.

I live in a third world country so getting a regular job here is as good as broke. I will move to Canada next year so I can get a job there then if I need it.

However, I have started my own business and that’s starting to see positive movement, but not enough to get “paid” yet so I’m mostly living off my savings right now.

I work from home.

With this in mind, I would like to get out of the house and accomplish something in the evening too because staying in the house feels like I’m wasting my time.

Does anyone have any suggestions?

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Title How do I not waste my time?
Author guidefru
Upvotes 3
Comments 4
Date August 24, 2022 4:47 PM UTC (7 months ago)
Subreddit /r/newTRP
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[–]throwitdownman 1 point2 points  (2 children) | Copy Link

In my opinion a ‘great’ job at a third world country is probably equal to minimum wage at a first world country due to infrastructure, benefits, safety, etc. Canada is a good decision, leaving your country is the best move.

All your efforts should go towards making your next step as easy as possible. Improve on your English (assuming you come from a non-English country), including writing. Learn some French as they speak it over there. You want to get as deep into their culture as possible. Learn their history, their coffee shops, sports teams, who the Prime Minister is, etc.

People in first world countries are often lazy - they’ll be impressed if you talk, walk and write like them yet you’re an immigrant. They’ll open more doors for you than anything you can accomplish in your country.

‘Practice’ a speech you’ll tell them. ‘I was born in poverty’ or ‘my country is very poor and we relied on ourselves’, those type of sob stories. Don’t just be another immigrant who hangs out with other immigrants, being ‘woke’ is trendy and you should practice how to take advantage of those people.

[–]yungelonmusk 0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy Link

this is scarily true. my mom has a high paying job in the government big bucks here but its only $10k when converted...

[–]throwitdownman 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy Link

Like there are also other issues, like runaway inflation. Or in worse areas, people being unable to withdraw their savings from banks, or being unable to either into a more stable currency. In extreme cases they might prohibit any currency from leaving the country.

The ‘ease of mind’ when living in a developed country is well worth it as a working person. Even if taxes or prices are high, the benefits outweigh the costs.

[–]finessekawal 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy Link

go out to a cafe. Read books. Learn a valuable skill in demand. Learn a language.

You can kill a man, but you can't kill an idea.

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