Plan a trip — better yet, book it right now if you can — to somewhere you’ve never been before. You might still be the same person when you’re there, but new sights might give you new perspective.
Quarter Life Crisis
To ignore the inner voice that nags at us is to accept the status quo, and nobody ever got anywhere new that way.
As I pursue the aspects of life that put a smile on my face, I still battle with my own emotions and self-loathing that almost every female (possibly male) is doing during a Quarter-Life crisis.
Giving up is easy but nothing worth it ever comes from taking the easy way out.
I have so much life to live, so many more adventures. My bucket list is still 10 miles long. Who cares if I don’t know what I want my life to be like? Those who have a plan rarely get what they want.
3. You’ll quit your job.
My quarter-life crisis was set in the backdrop of transitioning from living abroad to moving back home.
I was leaping into 2014 with no mom, no job, and no man (LOL, JK. I didn’t have that in 2013 either).
Instead of dying your hair bleach blonde, ending your 4-year relationship with your college boyfriend or writing countless entries in your diary turned very sad, handwritten book, take a second and breathe.
Talking about millennials in 2014 is akin to asking “Who let the dogs out?” in the summer of 2000.