[quote="joshrp, post:1, topic:253556"]
I don't really have anyone to spend time with. I don't really know what sort of things to do with my family. Everyone just sits on the computer or in front of the TV all day. I don't really know what to do with them. What should I do right now?
You've mentioned in other posts that you have friends.
You also mentioned that you went fishing with you dad, but you did not partake in the fishing - just hung out with him.
Based on the picture you paint from your posts.
There are 3 adults in your home.
Your mom, dad and you and oh yeah - there's a dog.
Sounds like mom & dad are retired so they watch TV all day long
You are 27 years old, no job, no desire to do anything but spend 14 hours on a computer.
You've only eaten 2 yogurts in 2 days
You haven't slept for a long time
You will start college soon for a 4 year term to get your Associates & also your Bachelors
You want to study tons & tons of subjects but not lock into anything
Who's paying for you college tuition..??
You sound like a whiner and chronic complainer about everything, but yet you do nothing to improve your situation.
And all you do is flood CAF forums with threads
Here are some tips, which if I were to put a bet on them, you won't do them.
Create a schedule for your life.
Go to bed at a decent hour
Get up at a decent hour
Go out and run for 30 minutes
Eat a harty breakfast
Call a friend and go to a park - beach - movie - mall - walk - get an ice cream - get a slurpie - go to the library -
Return home for a light lunch
Do some computer work for about 2 hours
Read a book for about 2 hours
Go for another walk - take the dog out for a long walk
Do you have a bike - if yes - go ride it for 2 hours
Let your parents rest - I'm sure they are done with trying to entertain the "child" routine since you are 27.
Call more friends - go visit them
You said today you are going to visit your "nana" - good for you
Volunteer at a local library
Volunteer at a local food shelter
Volunteer at your local Church - run errands for them
Volunteer at a soup kitchen
Josh, the possibilities are endless -