Horny-posting aside, I woke up today and realized how much I've missed out on in life in my 20s as I approach my 30s. I think part of my problem was that I worked TOO hard in my 20s. I studied for the CFA the years after college basically depleting me of any social life on the weekends. So basically I gave up my social life for the first 3 years after college to study for a fucking test that basically got me nothing except for no social life. I work M-F 50-55 hours, but get paid well but don't have much time to do shit on the weekdays. Luckily, there is a long-term trajectory at my fund, so I'm going to stay there. I HAVE traveled a lot, so I do like that aspect of my 20s. However, I think my social life can be much better and can make me much happier. Like for example, people who are getting married my age have flourishing social lives and I imagine it makes getting into a healthy, stable, compatible relationship much easier.
So here I am today, with significant cash (~$600k by next month) in the bank and single af. What would you do in my situation? I feel like I'm forcing things, but I also want to be a more attractive, personable person (which I feel is contributing to the shitty relationships I've had with girls).