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Dump Your Loser Friends
Yeah, shutting people out and telling them you'd rather not hang out with them ever again sucks. It's not a good time. But as you get older, you realize just how much bad friendships (and relationships, really) hold you back. When you have solid friends, good friends, your life gets better. You flourish. You have a support system, and you get exposed to good things. With bad friends, you have a very criticized, toxic, closed-off environment.
Date Yourself For A Year
That's right! Don't use dating apps, don't have friends set you up on any blind dates, don't join a matchmaking service, don't flirt, don't do anything except take yourself out to dinner. Hang by yourself on a movie night in. Cook a romantic dinner for one. Go on a coffee date with you and only you. Why? Because you need to love yourself, and love being alone, before you can manage a healthy, stable relationship. Plus, figuring out what you need and want in a relationship helps.
Branch Out Your Hobbies
It may seem too simple. How is branching out your hobbies going to help change your life? Simple: when you branch out your hobbies, you're learning new skills, exposing yourself to new things which gives you more to talk about with others, you become much more interesting to others, and you get to fluff your resume and portfolio out a bit. It winds up helping your career, how people perceive you, and how you feel about yourself, as a result of those things.
Yeah, it's that time. . . If you're over 25, you have an extra incentive: that's the magical age in which your body begins to reserve more fat, and not burn things off quite as quickly as it did in your early 20's, which means you've likely gained weight. So, it's time to eat that lettuce, eat more protein, ease up on the sugar, and work out. If you have a dog, even better! Go running with the dog, play with the dog, or go rent a canoe together. Be more active, make better food choices.