“I realized that I don’t need to have ALL the answers ALL the time. Finally, I developed a true sense of direction.”
We’re given this unlimited freedom to take literally any path in the world and there’s no direction or guidance. We become so overwhelmed by options and choices that we don’t know exactly what to do, so most of us settle.
As the day gets closer when 25 will be a number I say much more than 24, I realize the one thing that I continuously want from life is happiness.
Kali Rogers of Blush Online Life Coaching presents the no-nonsense approach to getting over your quarter life crisis and entering into adulthood like a boss.
I sit down to write an essay and I delete every word. My brain has been a trash bag lately.
Who said there’s a ‘Guidebook’ to what being an Adult should look like? That by the time we reach a certain age we should have everything figured out with a car (I still don’t have my license) or a deposit on a house with your childhood sweetheart you’re about to marry?
You are constantly questioning yourself.
I thought that I would have surpassed the masses and carved out an exciting, edgy, unique career for myself that was full of self-gratification and jealously from my peers.
If you can promise yourself something, make sure every day counts for something.
But every day, I still get up, and I still try to keep pushing towards this elusive “dream,” even though I don’t even know what it is I am looking for. Before you spend so much time beating yourself up over everything you have not done, take the time to reflect on everything that you have done.