So, there was a time when I thought by the time I was 26, I’d have it figured out. Of course now I realize how young 26 really is, and that most of us 20-somethings are still really confused, bewildered by all the options, the difficult decisions, and the simple fact that technically we’re “grown-up” but we still feel exactly the same.  Here’s to processing my 20’s and beyond.

**I’m now 29 and more excited than ever about making it to my 30s! The spirit of this blog is the same, but I will say to those younger than me that as long as you’re always focusing on self-improvement and self-care, it really does get easier.**

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  1. youngandtwenty says:

    I never imaged the 20’s would be so difficult! It’s awesome to see how we’ve all stuck together in a sense.

    • I completely agree! It’s really nice a lot 20-something’s are talking about it, so we can work through it together. Also, I love your blog! Very honest, which can be hard to find.

    • Maybe we never grow up? I’m not sure. I’m just trying not to take myself too seriously, and do what I can to become a healthier, happier person. And you’re definitely right: all of my friends feel the same way.

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