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.
Oh, so Kathy, who I used to watch throw up just so she could drink more, is now expecting her first kid? Great. This block of cheddar cheese and I are expecting our first baby too.
She asked me why I was so unhappy and answered her own question by saying that it was because I was afraid to risk a relationship.
I like that I have big dreams, and failure and disappointment and defeat hasn’t taken away those dreams.
I might only be on the brink of my “mid-twenties” but in honor of my 24th birthday only being a few short weeks away I thought it would be appropriate to discuss some of the unattractive things related to this age bracket.
1. Some of your childhood dreams are dead, and they’re never going to be resurrected.
As annoying as a group text can be at times, it’s one of the easiest ways for ALL of your friends to stay in touch these days.
Everyone’s talking about the McConaissance, but nobody’s talking about the mid-20s bar-aissance — the incredible phase in which you go to a bar and not have your shoes stick to the floor.
So many feels!
Weirdly long, defensive statuses about people “not respecting their life choices,” which nine times out of 10 means that someone made a snarky joke about their decision to get married or have a child.