No Longer A Spring Chicken

This is my last week of being 33. I still consider 33 to be young. I will turn 34 soon and it’s not the end of the world. I will consider myself, or anyone else for that matter, to be middle aged only at the age of 50. Besides it’s how you feel inside and treat life and not your actual age that matters. Remember my motto – you are only as old as the girls you feel! And I fully believe in it!

But yeah I’m not getting any younger, no longer a spring chicken. What is a spring chicken anyway? Chickens that only live during Spring? 34 is the age where I expected to be a lot more settled in life than I actually am. I’m not anywhere as close to being there as I thought I’d be.

  • I’m still a bachelor. Still single. No special woman in my lonely as hell life.
  • I have virtually nil savings. This is a scary aspect which I am trying to remedy.
  • I still live with my parents in a small apartment. Another thing which I want to rectify.
  • I’m kinda stuck in a job dealing with clients I cannot stand and dealing with a corporate setup that I neither understand nor want to. It’s high time I made my move from there.

As it usually does around this time of the year, my mind is bombarded with these topics and I’ll deal with them by putting it in words. I tend to get very depressed around this time so please bear with me.

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5 thoughts on “No Longer A Spring Chicken”

  1. I turned 37 this year and realised how close to 40 I was. Now I don’t mind getting older, in fact I embrace it. But it did feel weird realising I wasn’t a really young guy anymore.

  2. if it makes you feel any better, I am 35, single, lonely, living at home with my parents and totally broke! I totally understand how you feel right now. But, don’t allow yourself to get too depressed about things.

  3. Here I am at 45 feeling many of the things you are feeling. Modern life is actually very tough. There are a lot of expectations for success which can be hard to achieve. I think it is natural as we get older to question our place in the scheme of things and to worry about where we’re going to end up. I want to say to you, Roshan, that all the issues you are facing are fixable. You are an intelligent, hard-working guy with a lot of potential. Don’t be too hard on yourself. It is never too late to change. I know you are capable of achieving your dreams.

  4. Why would I feel better? You deserve a whole lot more because you are an amazing woman with lots to give. I hope you do get whatever you desire.

  5. I know what you are saying; I can’t adjust to the fact that I am not really a young man anymore myself. It feels weird as I am expected to be a certain way and do certain things and have certain things. So who the fuck made these rules?

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