Hey guys I'm Jack, 24 living and working in the UK. I currently work in an espresso bar doing a little over part time hours so I can make rent, the pay is good and it's a small business so its pretty chill, but this has to be a stop gap for me. Some of the guys I work with have been there for a couple years, I guess because it's a comfortable job, and I can see it breaking them. I want to divide up a couple of key areas, and go from there to brainstorm some goals after I get some feedback. Social I have a couple of good core social groups, mostly guys but a couple of girls, lots of "acquaintances" you know, people you get on with and have known for years but only see every so often. I've had some experience with women but definitely behind most people I know, never been in a LTR but had a couple short things when I was younger, got that dank social anxiety/self doubt etc. All the predictable shit. 4 years ago my health kind of collapsed and I crawled into a shell, from going out a couple times every week to barely leaving the house for weeks at a time, as of about a year ago I've been pulling myself out of the rut, I'm being social again, taking better care of myself etc. but damage was definitely done, and since I wasn't in the best place before that anyway I've got a long way to go. Money/Education As I said I work in a coffee shop, its very good pay for what it is and I love the company but it can't be forever. I graduated with a games design degree(2:1) because I panicked after doing Art/Design subjects my whole life and wanting to move into something more technical. I learned to code and some good UI/UX stuff so I don't see it as a total waste but because I can't really use the qualification, I want to take a second degree. Probably Comp Sci or Engineering. What i'm thinking about doing is working where I am for one more year, using that time to study in preparation for a second degree, start lifting, stop smoking, work on my social shit so I can stop worrying about girl problems, then move abroad before brexit fucks me and get on a course somewhere in Europe(Germany?) where I won't have to worry about being able to afford to study/live. Great thing about being a trained barista is there is work everywhere. Also being able to go through uni again, and this time actually be social? I think it could be really good for my head. There is plenty more for me to say about all this stuff, but I'll keep it (kind of)short. I'm excited to see how far I can improve myself, It's nice to meet you all!