I'm about to graduate from college in about 2 weeks. I now have time to screw around and enjoy life. I have a large number of things I could never do while in school due to income constraints and a lack of time(1 major, 2 minors, VP in a club and 6 internships)
My first job straight out of undergrad will have me making 60k base + overtime + 10% bonus. Realistically I expect to make between 70-80k on a 40-45 hour work week all things considered. I expect to break 100k by age 25.
Should I list income on dating sites?
How should I convey all this?
I'm still going to live as though I'm making about 20k a year like I was while still in college. I'm in a rent controlled apartment about a mile from the beach(3 miles from work, 1 mile from Loyal Marymount University), I drive the same pickup truck that got me through college (you'd have to kill me before I leave my baby behind), and I'm saving around 20-30k a year towards a part-time MBA program at either UCLA or USC. I plan on training for a half-marathon this year and hiking Mount Whitney next summer (highest peak on the lower 48 states and only 4 hours away). After that, I want get back into body building and I'm hoping for a relatively clean 20lbs weight gain. At the same time I'm going to be preparing for the CPA exam (I'm not an accountant but I met all the requirements) and the GMAT.