Surviving your twenties can be tough. I thought it would be fun to put together some ways to survive growing older— a little older anyway. This blog post is all about you—it’s about living YOUR dreams… living YOUR life. It’s about making the most out of the time you have. Let’s take a look shall we?
If you’re missing someone, it is fine to write him or her a text — even when it’s been too long. Sometimes, relationships change, but can easily be repaired by someone making the first move and saying hello. Take the opportunity!
Elderly people are like veritable cheat codes to perfection and happiness. They are singlehandedly able to assist in any problem you’re having, either by providing you with amazing advice or baking you a platter of cookies. Either way, you leave their presence smiling. Seriously? Try one out!
Friends are supposed to make you feel good about yourself. Don’t ever forget that.
Never let something or someone cloud your feelings about something you want. Anyone who tells you that you cannot achieve something deserves to get the finger and see just how much you can do.
Expand Your Adventure
Traveling is probably the best thing you can do for yourself in your 20’s. It doesn’t need to be an extremely long trip; it can be spontaneously getting in your car and driving through as many states as you can. If you can do it, you should. There is too much out there to experience and so little time.
Date someone who has similar musical taste as you. One the more beautiful things about life is music and the effect it has on us, and if you can find someone who has similar feelings about the same songs as you, then what is better than that? If you feel strongly about something other than music — like movies, books, etc., — find someone who shares that interest with you. Be happy with someone else.
Whatever you do, do not worry about what people think about you. As long as you are happy with the person who you are and the decisions that you make, then you shouldn’t stress about anyone else’s thoughts on the subject.
Learn to accept that you are where you are in life for a reason. Everything happens for a reason, yet you probably find yourself questioning why. Sometimes, seemingly negative situations must transpire in order for something better to come along. It’s nothing to fear or be sad about, but instead, reassurance that something good is on its way.
A Parting Memory…
Always remember that you are first priority.