Well, I have a new job and one of the plusses is that I will only be working 3 days a week.
Each semester, I will taking one course online, from a highly ranked school (one of the top 15 in the nation), which will be extremely challenging -- calculus, linear algebra, differential equations, economics, etc.
But, aside from the class, I have 4 days off, every week.
I want to use all of my free time to improve my social skills, my social network, and my social life.
Things I already do with my extra spare time:
* Newbie missions.
* Go out to bars with friends.
* Do my studying/reading/internet at med school library (hoping to run into a smart girl, with a similar education)
* Train hard at the gym with my male friends
* Play poker - good for bonding with guy friends, learning to appear confident ("bluffing"), learn body language, think and act disciplined. ALSO, gives me an excuse to plan a trip to Vegas
, world's greatest PUA playing field.
* Pay close attention to my wardrobe and shop for clothes.
* Practice photography - I photograph friends, and landscapes. If I can build my portfolio I may be able to arrange some shoots with women I meet. Women really like the landscape photos I take.
So here's my question:
Here are some choices of things I am considering doing with my spare time, in order to build my social life and meet more women:
* Volunteering someplace with a lot of attractive women who go out together after work. quitting as often as i want, moving from gig to gig until i hit paydirt.
* taking a low-paying job 2 days/week someplace with a lot of easy girls. same thing about going out after work, quitting as often as i want
* Renting a studio space, setting up a drumkit, and joining a band. I played drums when I was younger and was very, very good. It was easy to join a band because bands are always looking for drummers. When I did this, there were always girls who were friends with the band who came to the shows. The same circle of friends had parties on the weekends. It was easy to hook up with the girls at these parties.
* Learning to cook.
* Doing Yoga: Hi female-to-male ratio. Improves posture and flexibility.
* Writing - this would actually be pretty isolating, but I'm told I write beautifully...
* Taking an art class... I'm already interested in photographing women... There are some classes on drawing women at the local art museum.
Out of all of these things, I'm thinking that the drumming in a band option is the best. This worked in the past, I think it would work again. I've mentioned that I'm in my 30's ... It seems like playing in a band is the best way to be around younger women and even if you're older it doesn't matter... I also enjoy it and am good at it. I can quit anytime I want and move from band to band, as I get better, and the female friends start looking better. I work contract jobs now, so I could even tour, if I needed to.
What am I missing? What would you do, if you had actual time to work in some area that I haven't mentioned?