SRS list things that are going well in your life

eljefedetonto

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Aug 4, 2006
51,353
STL, MO/AAR, DK
haven't seen one of these threads in the asylum in a while. I'll name a few:

-aced my oral exams
-loving the hell out of the car I just bought as I sell the other one. it feels good to have a car that's actually fairly reliable and didn't have to be a Honda/Toyota.
-looking forward to another good weekend
-reassigned to a family practice clinic for a few weeks, totally laid back compared to the hospital.

your turn... ready, GO :run:
 

nofriends

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Feb 22, 2005
22,656
CO
-Got a ~33% raise not too long ago.
-Moved in with my GF and things are going well.
-Parents moved out to the west coast so I get to spend time with them.
-Was going to sell my car, but realized how much I love it and want to keep it. (02 WRX)
-New couches coming this month
-haven't taken a "vacation" in over 10 years, planning a 2 week vacation in january to go snowboarding

Umm thats everything off the top of my head
 

dano

Well-Known Member
Aug 28, 2006
41,867
Far enough outside Detroit
- Did well on 2 of my 3 exams the first month of school
- Dad helped me out financially so I don't have to work 40 hours and do school full-time, I've only gotta do about 20 now, which leaves me tons of time to study
- Health is actually really good compared to how rough it's been over the summer
- I've learned to cook; it's not saved me much money, but it's a lot more fun to eat something you actually made
- Comfortable with myself finally. I wanted to drop some weight but decided school needs to be my focus and when I graduate in May, I can work on that. I'm not by any means fat, but I've got some to lose.
 

marvd00d

Gonzalez>Swine Flu
Aug 9, 2004
1,793
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I needed this thread!

Just got my college degree!
I have an amazing supportive family, especially my mom, who's my best friend
Just started going out with my buds again, as well as meeting a lot of new people.
Getting Healthy, finally cut down on my junk food and eating a lot healthier and lost weight!
Also started running, my goal is to run the Rock n Roll marathon in may :x:
 

dano

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Aug 28, 2006
41,867
Far enough outside Detroit
I needed this thread!

Just got my college degree!
I have an amazing supportive family, especially my mom, who's my best friend
Just started going out with my buds again, as well as meeting a lot of new people.
Getting Healthy, finally cut down on my junk food and eating a lot healthier and lost weight!
Also started running, my goal is to run the Rock n Roll marathon in may :x:

Y'see folks, this is why I need to graduate!

32 hours of clinical + 14 hours of lecture + all the time needed to read books + the time needed to complete projects/do research.

I could cut all that out and spend 3 hours a day in a gym 5 days a week, running every day, and still not come close to being as time-consumed as college requires.
 
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eljefedetonto

eljefedetonto

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Aug 4, 2006
51,353
STL, MO/AAR, DK
I actually think your post is the first in its kind in here.But I guess its good to have a positive thread, just write it down your problems as well ,anything still needs to be fixed in your life?. :dunno:

I thought there was a thread like this sometime in the last year... lol. Anyway, plenty of stuff to fix. But nothing I'm not fervently working on. Physical fitness, self confidence, mental aptitude in my work, friendlier demeanor, some credit card debt etc.

A lot of it started to fix up when I started my program over the summer. Some examples... it took a pretty serious threat from the chair of my program to fix years of attendance problems (going back to high school and junior high, even), and less serious but eye-opening feedback from my clinical coordinator about my shyness on rotations translating to laziness. Gone, just like that, and it's starting to radiate to other parts of my life.

(I figured this stuff belonged in its own thread, though.)
 

tsi90

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Oct 20, 2003
1,623
MN
Although I have a lot of bad stuff going on right now...

-I have plenty of money for the first time in my life
-I'm defending my thesis in the spring
-I've networked my way into a few contacts at my dream job
-Since Im newly single ive noticed that quite a few girls I know are asking to hang out with me
 

eXyle

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Apr 6, 2003
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off the top of my head:

-finances are in order
-loving my new car
-loving my new phone
-my trip to europe is only month away
-things are looking well for my new career, which will hopefully begin in december
-until then, current job is dandy
-still enjoy having my own place
-good friends that i see/talk to often
-supportive and loving family
-in good shape and my distance running is coming along nicely
-no drama in my life (get my fix from "the hills" :mamoru:)
-it's fall, so my favorite shows are back on, as are college football and basketball soon enough


all in all, it's been a great year for me and the future looks bright :coold:
 

chica&buddies

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Apr 11, 2001
13,586
lovely orlando
I needed this thread!

Just got my college degree!
I have an amazing supportive family, especially my mom, who's my best friend
Just started going out with my buds again, as well as meeting a lot of new people.
Getting Healthy, finally cut down on my junk food and eating a lot healthier and lost weight!
Also started running, my goal is to run the Rock n Roll marathon in may :x:

i'm assuming you're talking about the rock 'n' roll marathon in san diego? :bowdown: i ran that in 2006, and it was a hell of a lot of fun!

you didn't ask, but make sure your practice runs include hills. the course included a ton of interstate ramps, etc, and was a little :eek4: for me and the group i was with. :rofl: then again, we all came from orlando, and it's relatively flat around here. ;)
 

marvd00d

Gonzalez>Swine Flu
Aug 9, 2004
1,793
chuuuuuuula vista
i'm assuming you're talking about the rock 'n' roll marathon in san diego? :bowdown: i ran that in 2006, and it was a hell of a lot of fun!

you didn't ask, but make sure your practice runs include hills. the course included a ton of interstate ramps, etc, and was a little :eek4: for me and the group i was with. :rofl: then again, we all came from orlando, and it's relatively flat around here. ;)


Yeap, In San Diego. I was actually avoiding hills in my runs because I hate them lol, they make me want to stop :rofl:. Hopefully running with a friend will help me with those dam mountains.

I always start things and never finish. I going to freaking run that marathon. :bowdown:
 

Mr. Pelham

1. I have a loving family that I still talk to daily.
2. I have a clean bill of health
3. I have food on the table
4. I have money in the bank
5. I have a loving girlfriend
6. I have a roof over my head.

these are the things that are going well for me.
 

Pen Is Mightier

1) Completely Financially independent from my family at the age of 19, all while in college.
2) Loving BF that cares about me and I care about him. :love:
3) Getting an apartment together in December with him. :)
4) Have a car that I absolutely love. :o
5) Have a lot of good friends in my life who I know will always be there for me no matter what. True friends.
6) I'm healthy AFAIK.
7) Finally no longer a super skinny bitch, gained some muscle and size and now can defend myself if the occasion arises. :mamoru:
 

Shayes

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Aug 9, 2008
40,739
Bay Area
pretty laid back going to school now
work is more fun but there is more to do, which means i have to work harder
becoming more social
having some fun i guess

could be better
 

amourdoux

New Member
Sep 28, 2008
34
New Jersey
- I have a wonderful boyfriend, family, and friends.
- I am healthy.
- I have a roof over my head, and will be moving to a new apartment soon.
- I'm not dirt broke....yet.

By the way, this thread was a good idea. I've been stressing out about stuff lately, so this helps me think more positive. :h5:
 

stryfe101

Member
Sep 23, 2003
178
Norf Kakalac
Well I got a good job, making more than I have ever made in my life,
I'm living in a nice large city(Charlotte) and i'm truly happy here other than not knowing anyone...
My ex(?) is not being a bitch about child support.
I've started seeing a therapist to help me with my problems.
I'm trying asses the damage of all the crap that has gone on the last 3 years and am trying to fix it?

thats all thats good..the rest is shit..

Gray
 

Lucky Penny

Mr. cut me some slack cause I don't wanna go back,
I love these threads. I haven't seen on in a while. :h5:

Let's see, things going well...

I have an SO who is really supportive and kind. I'd be really lost right now if I didn't have that kind of love in my life.

I have a car. And while its an 11 year old junker, it was a gift that was given to me at a time when I was in a really tight spot. I'm super grateful for that.

I have a great job that I love and get paid well for. I'm finally able to save some money and take care of a few things, and it feels great.

It's fall :big grin: I love fall. Almost time to go to the pumpkin patch and the corn maze. :big grin: :big grin: :big grin:
 

Ridonkulous1

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May 31, 2006
51
I'm finally starting to feel more comfortable in my new college surroundings (friends, classes, etc.)
I have an amazing girlfriend that I get to see one or two days out of the week even though we're 45 minutes apart at school.
I've aced every quiz and exam this year to date.
I get to come home soon for Thanksgiving and Winter Break and see my friends that I've missed and FINALLY feel the cold and the rain again (yeah, I know, weird, but it makes me happy)
My family is amazing and, even though my mom can stress me out a lot, they've really rallied around me and supported me as of late.
I'm celebrating my one year with my gf at Disneyland soon :big grin:
 

chica&buddies

Active Member
Apr 11, 2001
13,586
lovely orlando
Yeap, In San Diego. I was actually avoiding hills in my runs because I hate them lol, they make me want to stop :rofl:. Hopefully running with a friend will help me with those dam mountains.

I always start things and never finish. I going to freaking run that marathon. :bowdown:

:uh: oh no! believe me, you should at least do a little bit of incline [if you're running on a treadmill].

keep up the good work! don't stop! believe me... the feeling you get after crossing that finish line is absolutely amazing. :wiggle: you literally feel invincible... at least i did :)

:bigthumb: good job starting now. i started training in late january 2006, and the race was in june 2006.
 

chica&buddies

Active Member
Apr 11, 2001
13,586
lovely orlando
here are a few of mine... :)

1) i have an awesome job that i absolutely love & i was recently offered a promotion. after some serious negotiations, i turned it down because i didn't feel as though i was offered enough money [ie what i feel i am worth]

2) i am communicating 100% better in all types of relationships: work, personal, & romantic [as evident by number 1]

3) i recently received a call about a job offer i had in the works… :bowdown: :noes: ... i really hope it works out!

4) i have changed a lot over the past 5 months, and i’m totally psyched about that :wiggle:

5) i have amazing friends and family.

6) i am embracing all the changes that are goin on in my life.

7) the past few weekends have been absolutely fabulous!

8) hehe…I’m also excited about the new fall season of my fave shows. i’m :wtc: about the final season of ER, tho…
 

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