To a lot of people, finding a soulmate is beginning to feel like searching for Bigfoot.
We tend to feel justified about big purchases because we work hard and earn it. But if you don’t set limits on your spending, than that number in your account will never grow.
You feel that true authority comes from within, and you know that those who try to assert it over others the most actually have the least amount of it.
So much of our internal dialogue is dominated by conflicting and competing voices that are all clamoring for our attention.
This time of transition, when our wings are nascent and not fully fledged, can put our hearts in our mouths.
Two jobs later, I feel like I am still no further along in figuring out what the hell I’m doing or what I want to do. When you’re twenty-something, society looks at you like you are an adult. That’s not wrong, but the most adult thing I’ve ever done is probably set my bills on auto-pay.
Adulthood is lonely. It just is.
Your twenties are marked by significant transition. The first part of the decade is often spent stumbling around in a liquor infused haze, living paycheck to paycheck, heartbreak to heartbreak, and moving from one fast fashion craze to the next.
Loneliness rarely has to do with being alone. Loneliness often looks like a sea of people we love the most.
You have googled “which number on the check is my routing number” at some point in the last month.