So I like physics a lot and think that I would probably like to get my PhD but I have some concerns. One of the big ones is being able to have a social life while working on my PhD. If it was a degree that only took like 2 years to get I wouldn't be so concerned but considering that if I do decide to go for my PhD that I'll be spending most of my 20's in grad school this is a major concern for me. I like to be able to go out and have fun and have a social life. I do love physics but I'm not sure if I'd be able to spend like 6 or 7 years not caring about anything but physics. Being able to go out and let loose on the weekends and have fun is something that I really value. Will I still have time to go out and have fun most weekends and at least a small amount of time to do stuff other than study during the week? Despite how much I love physics the prospect of spending most of my 20's doing nothing but studying physics really scares me. After all, you only get to be young once. So what's life in physics grad school really like? If I decide that going to grad school isn't for me what are my options with just an undergrad degree in physics?