I am currently in a PhD program for Imaging Science at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), and I have been doing well. But for most of the years between after I graduated college and now, my autism made it hard to hold down a job, and my family didn't take too kindly to it. I lived with them for three years straight after college. I am 27 and haven't made more than $20/hr.
However, after reading about how some forms of autism are caused by improperly baked bread, I decided to start baking my own bread. It is delicious, and much better than game food. There are many things that can be made in a bread machine. I even tried making sourdough pancake better, and everyone I know said that those were the best pancakes they ever had.
Because the bread I was baking was better for me, I quickly gained energy that I never had my entire life, and had the courage to enroll into this PhD program.
I don't live in a place with a kitchen at the moment, but the second I am getting one, I am buying a futuristic Japanese bread machine
Many kinds of delicious foods can be made through this machine. This is leveling up IRL
The long-term outcome exceeds the short-term outcome.