Whoa, we're eerily similar in life experiences and age.Yeah I could find some reassuring things here - after any large personal crisis, I've made some changes that have made me better.
But this isn't even that. I've been studying 2 years longer than my peers (so 6), and still haven't finished. Add this year for failing to enroll, then add a year or two for master's (depends on whether or not I'm working), and if I want another one double that. I'm 25, haven't a work day in my life, am not earning anything at all so I can't lead a life that's more than basic. I'm also single, don't go out that often because I've got all of this hanging over my head all the time; can't really relax. All this results in me not really feeling good about myself for years because I'm not living up to my potential and a standard I know I should hold myself to. It's a constant fight.
I'm still gonna stick to my plans, don't worry about that. I would hate myself if I didn't get at least one master's degree. The reason I want one so much is because I don't want to feel like I barely finished my studies. I want a clear win.
What's the job market like in Serbia for software engineers/developers? In the US if you know React and Angular you can probably get a web development job somewhere.