I am one of the lucky ones, because I am able to live life on my terms, to be able to do whatever I want, without regret.
I am not entitled to regret that I live in a world where I am allowed to get by with barely enough to survive.
I could go to a Starbucks in the city, a McDonalds in the suburbs, or a gas station, all without regret, if I want to.
I can afford to.
I live a life in which I am free to do what I want.
And I do.
It’s a life I’ve chosen.
I choose to make money.
I have chosen to be a part of the digital age.
I chose to have the freedom to be me, to live in the moment.
And it’s working.
My first major purchase was a car.
I’m not ashamed to admit that, and I’m happy with it.
I still drive a Jeep Cherokee for the occasional long-haul trip.
I drive it in my free time.
I do not regret it.
There are countless other things I love about the life I lead.
I love being surrounded by people who have the same interests and tastes and philosophies as me, people who are always happy to share and to share with.
It’s easy to be cynical about the success of a lifestyle.
But life is worth living.
In the early 90s, I went to a small university in an isolated corner of the UK.
I had a lot of friends there.
I was also an ex-student.
During my college years, I was offered a job as a social media marketing intern, with a salary of just £7.50 per hour.
The salary was a good deal compared to other internships, but not by much.
For the next few years, my work was mostly a series of short videos I made, in which my life was reflected in the form of a montage of me being a bit of a jerk, doing my best to be funny, and generally making everyone laugh.
A few years later, my internship ended.
I quit and moved to the city.
It was a completely different life.
I made more money than I ever had before.
I bought a house.
I started a family.
I decided that the best thing I could do for myself was to live a more fulfilling and rewarding life.
It wasn’t a life worth living, it wasn’t the life that I wanted.
When I returned to university, I decided to change my career path.
One day I went shopping for a new pair of shoes.
I needed to replace the ones I had worn for the past decade, and after a lot more searching, I found them.
I wore them in class and I loved them.
They were comfortable, and they looked good on me.
I went back to school and started working on my CV.
What I discovered is that, unlike most other job candidates, I had been in the market for a while.
The sales department was busy, and there was no one around to hire me.
So I applied for a job with a very well-known online marketing company.
The first few interviews were very hard.
I did well on the first interview.
But then my boss started to ask me questions, and he started to question my ability to perform on a professional level.
The next few interviews went much, much worse.
The interviewer started to talk to me about the way I should look, how I should dress, and what I should say.
I kept trying to explain that it’s not that I don’t like the shoes, but I’ve had enough of being asked to wear them, and that I can just buy them now.
I couldn’t take it anymore.
I didn’t know what to do.
I walked out of the office, and was terrified.
I knew I wasn’t going to get the job.
But it wasn.
I spent the next several weeks working in the sales department, and one day my boss showed up at my office and asked me what I was doing.
He asked if I wanted to be the new sales director, and my response was to walk out.
After that, I wasn, for the first time in my life, able to go back to work.
And that’s when things started to turn around for me.
In fact, I got the job, which I was really excited about.
I thought it would be the end of a career that I thought was just over.
It took me a year or so to get back to the office every day.
I worked really hard at my CV, and when I was ready, I emailed the company’s recruitment manager.
They said that the company was going to hire an external consultant to help with the hiring process.
That’s when I started to realize that the only way I was going