Hi fellow monkeys, I'm sure everybody's head is spinning amid market turmoil, non-stop pandemic talk, and nauseating cabin fever from wfh. I figure it's as good as a time as any other to ask something a bit more mundane:
When did you stop messing around ( or start seriously looking for a long term partner)?
I'm in my last couple of semesters of undergrad, and It seems a lot of my friends are engaged or in serious relationships. I'm still playing the field with no desire to settle down, but I can't help but feel like I'm falling behind the curve sometimes when my peers (early 20's) are proposing to their girlfriends or living together already. Maybe some more experienced/older monkeys have some advice ? Did you make a conscious effort to look for somebody long term? If so, how old were you?