Describe Your Current Life And We'll Tell You Where You'll Be In 5 Years
You've always wanted to show off your creative streak, and you're pretty charming, if you do say so yourself. You'll put those talents to work, creating your own YouTube channel, and in five years, you'll have millions of subscribers who watch every one of your videos. You won't need a second job because you'll be living in the spotlight full-time.
In five years, you'll be with your soulmate, just making everyone jealous with how perfect you are for each other. You'll both know how to communicate well, how to make each other feel valued, and how to maintain your own individual selves while still being part of a couple. Basically, you'll be so in love that it'll make everyone else sick.
Five years from now, you'll have an important choice to make. You'll have an opportunity to uproot your life and move far away to try something you've always wanted to try (but there's no guarantee of success). But you'll also have the chance to advance in your career (which you love) while staying exactly where you are. It won't be an easy decision, and while your friends and family can offer advice, the only one who can make the choice is you. Good luck!
You're going to work at improving your skills, building your connections, and really trying to build your career. All that diligence will pay off, because five years from now, you'll be offered the exact perfect job you've been dreaming off all this time, and you're going to kick butt at it. Congratulations!
In five years, you'll be in need of a change — a big change. So, you'll pack up some of your things, put the rest into storage, and you'll go on a great adventure around the globe. You'll visit the places you've always wanted to go, plus several you'd never even considered before, and you'll make friends in every location. Your life will be unpredictable but thrilling, and you'll be unsure if you'll ever want to settle down again.
Five years from now, you'll be craving a big challenge for yourself. And why not a triathlon? It will take a lot of work and sacrifice — months of training in the mornings and evenings, and having to say no to plans with friends. But when you cross that finish line, you'll experience a wave of euphoria you've never felt before, as you realize that you really ARE capable of anything.
For a while, you've been thinking how great it would be if you owned your own bar, and in five years, you'll put your money where your mouth is. Your bar will have the exact perfect vibe you've been searching for, and everyone in the neighborhood will love going there to relax, have fun, and down a few drinks.
In five years, you've had enough of your regular life and decide to leave it all behind. You'll sell all of your possessions, fly to a far-off place, and begin an all-new existence as a goat farmer. It's perfect for you: You get some solitude, you get some exercise, and you don't have to answer to anyone but yourself. Sometimes you miss urban life, but you know that ultimately, you're much happier now.
You've always said that you don't want to write a novel, you just want to have written a novel. Well, guess what? In five years, YOU WILL HAVE WRITTEN A NOVEL. It will be critically acclaimed and will sell millions of copies, and you'll officially be a successful novelist. Now, the only question is: What will your second book be about?
Five years from now, you'll just be going with the flow, you know? You'll realize that it's not worth getting all stressed about life; instead, you'll take each challenge as it comes and realize that this, too, shall pass. Every day, you'll come home, stretch out on your sweet bean bag chair, put on some Netflix, and think, Yeah, life is is pretty good.