Your 20s aren't meant for only stepping foot into a great career and working on achieving your goals. They aren’t only meant for days filled with meaningless work and downing five cups of coffee just to keep your eyes open.
No, your 20s are meant for much more.
You see, your 20s aren’t only for internships, unpaid freelancing work. Entry-level jobs. They aren’t only for hiding in your old high school bed, working your ass off on a Saturday night, choosing to not socialise for the third weekend in a row.
Yes, it’s important to work hard. Yes, it’s important to have enough money to take care of yourself. And it’s important to work for what you want, whether that’s a fancy car. A fancy career.
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But this isn’t all there is. Your 20s aren’t supposed to be about perfection. Your 20s aren’t supposed to look likea collection of countless Instagram pictures that look like they could be on the cover of Teen Vogue. They aren’t supposed to be flawless like the glossy magazine we collect, just to admirewhen we feel blue. they're supposed to be ripped and blurry, a collection of bold and beautiful pictures that tell a real story. Your real story.
Your 20s were also meant for fucking up.
For saying something that you weren’t supposed to. For making someone really pissed off about it. It’s for learning how to own up to your mistakes and learning how to apologise sincerely.
Your 20s are about your failures. For trying your hardest at something. Realizing that you weren’t meant to do that. they're for working endlessly at a painting or a book. Then giving up on that dream. But your 20s are also for trying no matter how terrible you're. And they're for trying even though you know it mightn't work out in the end.
Your 20s are for letting go of friendships that you used to hold so tightly to your heart. they're for wrecking something that used to be golden. Letting it rust in the rain. they're for hurting people, even if you didn’t mean to. For learning how to let it go.
Your 20s are for letting go and moving on.
Your 20s are about forgiving yourself. For all the mistakes. All the things you shouldn’t have said. All the things you shouldn’t have done and for all the things you told yourself you'd never quit.
Your 20s aren’t meant to be perfect. No, they're so much more important than perfection.
Your 20’s are about failing, dusting yourself off. Trying all over again. they're about losing people along the way. Gaining new people in your life. they're about learning how to navigate yourself along the uneven pavement sometimes by yourself. Sometimes with the help of your friends.they're about causing hurt and pain. Also causing an incredible amount of happiness and love to others.
Your 20s are where you hurt the most. they're where you feel the most. But they're also when you learn how to grow, when you learn how to bloom and blossom even in the August heat.
they're the years where you lose yourself. Find yourself over and over again. they're meant for mess ups, make ups. Mostly for maturing –. In your own time.
Read more: http://thoughtcatalog.com/lauren-jarvis-gibson/2017/02/if-you-arent-messing-up-in-your-20s-youre-doing-something-wrong/
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