How would your life after 10 years?
Question and answer is to talk about your life after 10 years from now and I hope that curtail the 5 lines.
I will be relaxing with my feet in the sand somewhere in the islands. I already live in Florida but this was just the first step of many. I started off in the cold northwest of the USA. Working hard and smart now for a better future I sincerely hope. Why focus on a local economy when the world economy is at your fingertips!!
ill have my toes in the water, as# in the sand, not a worry in the world a cold beer in my hand
by OLYHOOCH 7 years ago
(CNN) -- As this interactive from CNNMoney shows, the U.S. is still by far the world's largest economy, despite the Great Recession and tepid recovery.But China is coming on strong, passing Japan as the world's second largest economy and predictions that sometime in the next 10 to 15 years it will...
by KevinC9998 7 years ago
Would you trade 10 years of your life for 10 mllion dollars?
by Peeples 5 years ago
Is it pointless to go back to college for 10 years at 30 yrs old?It's been a crazy year for me with a lot of really weird events. Plus with me turning 30 this year I started looking at my life. I always wanted a degree in Archaeology or Anthropology but never got it. I am now seriously considering...
by Keith James Kennedy 6 years ago
If a doctor informed you that you only have 10 years left to live, how would you spend it?
by jasenpages 8 years ago
If you could go back in time, say 10 years ago, what would you invest your money in?I would buy a crapload of Apple stock, I read in an article about a year ago that if you had spent $400 buying Apple stock back in 2001 instead of buying an iPod, it would be worth over $10,000 today!
by Liz Elias 2 years ago
Here is an idea I've been pondering lately--it may be a symptom of growing older, now that I'm only about a year and a half from turning 70, and therefore knowing that my life is at least half or more over, given the general longevity statistics for this day and age.I would love to see others' take...
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