by Phil Warren
There’s a lot of things I learned about myself and about meeting new people. Thoughts were developed with friends on the psuedo-sciences of attitude in society, and how it factors in with making new friends. It’s truly astounding what happened by the end of January.
Unexpected Positive Consequences
Constant socialization and adventuring snowballed, and rapidly reshaped my attitude in day to day life.
- I was doing far more outside of work than usual, but to my surprise, I was getting far more done at the office. I was out almost every night meeting new people, but the quality of my work was at a caliber that led to many compliments from my boss. So, I’m proud to report my project has not gotten me fired.
- I’ve lost weight, oddly enough. I don’t know why that happened, I sure wasn’t trying for that, but it seems a healthy pattern of socialization is good for the body.
- I’ve picked up new books, new skills, and new information from the people I’ve met. I now know how to sew, can enjoy Alan Watts, and have eaten a wacky variety of vegetarian Indian food I would never have though to try, thanks to Renee, Matt, and Cassie, respectively.
- I’ve been able to find out about jobs, which I’ve been able to pass on to new and old friends alike.
- I’ve made more than a few PHENOMENAL friends. One I talk to almost every night, and several that I hang out with regularly. Read more »
Brave Newbie Writers
- No Weekend Left Behind An adventure group dedicated to ensuring that when the work week is done, the weekend lives up to it’s potential.
- The Eskhaton The life and times of Cub, an adventurer I respect blossoming with energy who sucks the marrow out of life.
- This Tumblr Will Change Your Life Part instruction manual, part therapy, part religious cult, part sheer anarchy, this is a day-to-day quest very similar to “This Book Will Change Your Life”