Daily life

Daily life

It’s common knowledge fact that everyone’s daily life depends on our life style, age, occupation and many other things. For some of us life becomes a routine, for others every day is different. So in this topic I would like to scrutinize daily life for different people.
It’s essential to state that the primary fact which makes the biggest influence for our daily life is age. Firstly I would like to view in a pupil age group daily life. They haave almost fully planed day: half of the day they spend at school, another half they need to dispense to homework, rest, entertainments, household tasks and so on. When we go deeper into it, we can see that the only free time that pupil has is weekends and holidays. So we can say that one hasn’t almost any individual daily life. It’s almost the same for the students. Secondly I would like to talk about another age group, which could bee called “real life“. The daily life of this age group depends on one’s occupation or life style.
Well, most of us will create a family, get a job and try to make normal life. Then your daily life will change a

lot, you will have to take care of your children, earn money, and keep your flat. Your life will get more difficult, because you’ll get more responsibility.
As I imagine our daily life will begin from a cup of strong coffee. Then we’ll need to help our children to get up for the school, go to work and to be not late. When we come back home we’ll need to go to the shop to buy something, to do all household work and so on. Every of us want to get very good job and become an employer. If you earn more money, your life will be better. Money will create more possibilities for you to plan your free tiime and entertainment. When you have a good life, your spare time, you will improve your efficiency.
Finally I would like to talk about old people, which have a lot of spare time. Their daily life can be interesting. It depends on one’s past life. If one’s have some savings, he could travel or do what he wants. Some old people help their children to take care of grandchildren. At these days in Lithuania older people keep working, because they do
on’t have enough money to keep their flats.
Very often old, jobless or hard – working people get into routine. So they become very angry and unhappy. Sometimes some of them kill themselves because second stadium of routine is depression. It is essential to state that sometimes we need to make some changes in our daily life. For example we can go in for sports, buy a pet or just go to cafe with your friends. These ways are the best running out from routine.
In conclusion I’d like to say that everyone’s daily life is very individual. Every one of us needs to make a lot of things every day, meet a lot of people and make a lot of decisions. All we can do is to plan our time by our possibilities and try to make some things which can improve our mood.

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