You feel like you peaked. You did, in a way. You had the most fun you could possibly have, and experienced life in the best way you possibly could, while getting to keep most of the pain and the difficulty of being an adult at bay for the moment. But now it’s time for your life to actually begin and that’s, understandably, terrifying to you.
What you tell your mom: “Can’t complain!”
What you’re really thinking: “Do you have 20 minutes for me to complain?”
You take your vitamins (even if they are the gummy kind.)
This is the year you turn 30. Thirty! You’re either blissfully okay with it all and embrace aging or you’re the complete opposite and have been experiencing anxiety attacks on the regular.
I’m a quitter. I just didn’t know it.
Admitting when you’re wrong is essential to life (and maintaining your sanity.)
2. The ACT: Another Coffee, Though?
5. The odds of you landing your dream job the second you graduate are really slim.
7. When you realize your parents can’t protect you from everything, and that they are just as human as you are.
Our 20s are a somewhat ‘coming of age’ period where life starts getting pretty real.