I’m not great about taking risks in life, especially when I actually should. Which is why it’s nice to read through these stories where people “shot their shot” and it actually worked out for them, whether it’s improving their life, finally talking to that guy or girl, and… Well, sometimes a really great one-night-stand technically counts as “shooting your shot.”
“Ten years ago, I took the same bus every Tuesday and Thursday. There was a man who also rode the bus who caught my eye, so I’d text my friends about him. Two days a week, I’d give them updates about this man — ‘He isn’t wearing a ring…’, ‘Today he was wearing plaid pants,’ etc.
“After checking him out for about a month, I dared myself to talk to him. But as the bus pulled up to the curb, I chickened out. Just then, HE walked up to me and said, ‘Nice weather we’re having.’
“Three years later, we were married.”
“One of my friends was going through an awful break up, so a bunch of us took her out one night to cheer her up. Halfway through the night, she was about to drunk call her ex. I talked her out of it, told her to take a sweep of the bar and pick a guy, and I’d go talk to him for her. She decided on a guy, so I marched up to him and told him that my friend thought he was cute. She ended up going home with him and having what, even THREE YEARS LATER, she still calls the best sex of her life.”
“I finally mustered up the courage to tell my best friend in college that I really liked him. But once I did, he then came out to me. I was so sad and felt like I had no one to turn to, so I found myself in a Yahoo chat room trying to distract myself from my sorrows. That same night, I met a boy who lived 2,300 miles away, but we instantly clicked — our 15th wedding anniversary is this year!”
“Two years ago, I visited my family in the states and decided to have a little fun with some of my friends and go on Tinder. My first match was an American soldier 980 kilometers away, so it was the last match Tinder had found for me while I was still abroad in Germany. I decided to message him.
“We met two weeks later when I returned to Germany, despite all of my friends being against it and telling me he just wanted to sleep with me. Two years and two military deployments later, the soldier is my husband and he’s moving to Germany to do his master’s. Sometimes it keeps me up at night — what would’ve happened if I hadn’t swiped right?!”
“I was extremely unhappy at my previous job. On a whim, my manager was walking by and I asked if we could talk. I told him I was resigning. He asked if I had another job lined up. I didn’t.
“I ended up taking a solo trip to Hawaii for a month, then came back and submitted an application for an entry-level position at another company. Fast forward three years, and I’ve worked my way up and am now the assistant manager of a company that is a global leader in the travel industry. I don’t think this would have happened if I didn’t take the risk and jump into the unknown without a backup plan!”
“I stopped working for a few years when I had my children, but then I decided I wanted to go back to working. However, the only job experience I had was working in retail and in bars. I kept seeing job listings in my area for care assistants, but I had no qualifications — still, I thought I’d give it a try and apply for one.
“With the application form, I sent a long letter explaining why I thought I’d be good for the job even though I had no experience. Amazingly, I got the job! I’ve now been a care assistant in a dementia home for two years. It’s the best decision I’ve ever made and I absolutely love my job!”
“When my friend and I moved into our apartment, this guy showed us the place, but I didn’t pay him much attention. After we moved in, I saw a cute guy walking into the building and my friend told me it was the guy who had shown us the place. I called his name and invited him to our apartment for dinner. He agreed. We’ve been together for 13 years now, married for 10.”
“The one and only time I’ve given my number to a random stranger at a bar, he turned out to be a multibillionaire. The relationship ultimately didn’t pan out, but I did get some incredible dates out of it!”
“I switched careers completely at 28 years old. I had an established life in public relations for six years, a six-figure salary, and I lived alone in a one-bedroom apartment in New York City. I was also a miserable, anxious mess whose only joy in life came from yoga and the few tattoos I hid under my work shirts. But when my career and I snapped at the same time, I decided to take a chance and leave the industry with severance to pursue fitness full-time.
“The switch nearly cost me everything, but now at 30, I’m a head coach of a private training studio, about to expand to a new location for classes, and I just finished my yoga-inspired geometric/watercolor sleeve on my right arm. I’ve never been happier.”
“I texted my work crush and told him that I was in love with him. Literally the words ‘head-over-heels, can’t-stop-thinking-about-you in love with you.’ Next thing I knew, he ran into my office and started kissing me.
“Eight years, marriage, kids — the works. Best. Text. Ever.”
“After months of begging me, a friend basically forced me to try online dating. Well, a night of drinking led me to agree to sign up for one week only. I chickened out and went to delete it the next day, but I had a message from my now-husband. We have been married for five years and together for eight!”
“I gave my now-husband my number the first time we met because he was taking too long to ask for mine. I’m talking hours of us being in the same place and being flirty, but no move, so I asked him for his phone and put my number in. Ten minutes later while still at the same place, I got a text. I responded with, ‘Hey boyfriend,’ and he responded with, ‘Hey wifey.’
“On the second date, he asked me to be his girlfriend. Four months in, he asked me to marry him. Three years in, we’re married with twins. Ladies, shoot your shot. He could just be too chicken to make the first move.”
“When I graduated college, I was looking for ANY job. One day when I was playing around on job boards, I saw an ad to become an underwater photographer on Grand Cayman. I didn’t know anyone and I certainly didn’t know where Grand Cayman was on a map, but I picked up and moved immediately. 11 years later, and I’ve become a SCUBA instructor and traveled all over the world!”
“I posted on an anonymous app about how I had finally left my abusive husband and how hard it was. I received many supportive messages and ended up really hitting it off with this one guy. We ended up going on a date and he was perfect — very romantic, such a gentlemen, and he loved my kids. We’ve been together for six months now and the honeymoon phase hasn’t worn off one bit!”
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