Probably passed out in some ditch.
Seriously being, I'd probably be working in some office, having my own place, and possibly moved from my current city. Who knows, maybe a GF too.*
Some good replies here. I may run out of kudos for the day
I'm not really sure what happened but very recently (this month) I've been thinking about my future a lot. Maybe I'm feeling older. Something changed one day. I've always been a live for the moment type, move around a lot, chase girls, keep none for long, few commitments and responsibilites. Now I guess it's time to grow up and invest in a future instead of renting and taking things as they come. Do some short and long term planning and adjustments.
I don't like feeling trapped though and marriage plus owning a house is pretty heavy. 5 years, 5 years! lol
Edit: I should also add the goal of getting some credit. I have none. Everything is paid mostly in cash or debit but you can't buy a house like that.
5yrs from now. Very, very soon I will have my CDL license. 5 weeks left of school. I will be making some serious money. I plan on doing over the road and traveling the country. Once I make some serious money, hopefully have all my bills paid off and be so independent. At that point, become local and maybe start my truckin' company. I don't plan on having any kids but would like to get married someday.
One of the greatest moves I ever did, to acquire my commercial drivers license. Class A. Plus Hazmat endorsement.
Graduated from college, Hopefully married by then or at least a steady girlfriend..
Work: I want to work for the Government, so once I get the experience I will
^ no marriage? That's really all I want, marriage and my own family. Happy.
I'm of the opinion that you don't necessarily need to get legally married to be in or prove your love to someone. It's a nice thing to have a wedding and all but I dunno. It might be easier to separate as common law than go through a divorce. Always gotta have an escape plan because people change and you have to cover your own hide when things go sour. I learned that from my dad lol.
But in any good relationship you have to give a little to get a little so marriage isn't completely out of the question.