Once you hit a certain age, you realize a lot of things and start doing a lot of things. I have read a lot of articles that I found apt. On those same lines, I decided to share my own views on the “intricacies” of living out the mid-twenties. Here you go:
- Promises are not forever.
- People will not have time for easy conversations anymore. It’s all just a rushed muddle.
- You realize that if you don’t matter to yourself, you don’t matter to anybody else.
- Hurt is the only constant in your stagnant life. If you want something to not hurt you, then you’ll just have to avoid the topic.
- You never wanted to come to this point in life treading the path you have tread.
- Your heart is telling you to do something that might sound impractical, but completely awesome.
- Spending money is easy, earning it is so damn hard!
- Priorities change. Drastically.
- Falling in love? What’s that?
- You start fattening up. All that fatty food to reduce your depressions is getting to you.
- Solitude is good. Loneliness among people is not as bad as loneliness with yourself.
- You’ll feel that you are at the bottom of the social ladder sometimes.
- Thinking and planning to exercise is easy. But by God! Implementing it is not so!
- TV shows were never so interesting.
- “Follow your heart.” Easier said than done.
- People will not acknowledge you all the time. Get over yourself.
- Sometimes all you need is someone to listen to you, hug you and say, “I understand.” No questions asked. No thoughtful stares. No solutions offered.
- You suddenly see new meanings to proverbs that you have known since childhood.
- Every Sunday evening, you start waiting for Friday to come (back).
- You love the idea of a vacation. For actually taking a vacation is a long shot.
A little bitter, yes. True, nevertheless. 🙂
Happy Twenties! 🙂
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