If you want my opinion, I think we've somewhat entered a day and age where people have transcended age. Hear me out, I promise it'll make sense shortly. No, I'm not high —
Women in their 40s are having babies.
Men are staying bachelors until their late 30s.
Nobody in their 20s lives on their own unless they're fortunate enough to not have student loans.
Girls in their teens know how to pull off a full glam makeup look like Kylie-freaking-Jenner.
The lines have become pretty damned blurred. The social conventions of year's past don't really exist. Think about it, my Grandmother was married with THREE damn children and a mortgage at my age. I don't even make my bed in the morning and certainly can't remember to pack a lunch — even when I leave myself a note! Sure, I have a serious boyfriend, but if he proposed marriage tomorrow, my reaction would lean more toward confusion than joy.
This isn't to say that older folks don't have wisdom to offer. If nothing else, more years on earth = more knowledge. It's just that simple. Just like more years employed = more tips on how to nap in the bathroom. Experience breeds truth — write that down. That's why when Reddit user, Emsayloves posed the following question, it peaked my interest —
"Redditors over 30, what is the most important thing people in their 20s should do?"
This guy's an over-achiever if I've ever seen one, but the answers are pretty sound. Not gonna lie! Game recognizes game, I guess —
And if you're feeling overwhelmed, don't worry! You're not alone, this is the general feeling of most people between the ages of 24-29 —
To read the full thread, head HERE