An article worth your time

Just because it’s Monday, (and everyone can use a pick-me-up on Mondays) I highly recommend each person take 20 minutes to read and reflect on this article (below). A dear friend sent it my way last week and the wisdom is beyond inspiring. I’ve taken a lot of these points to my heart and hope it touches you too. Even if you are not 25(ish) I think these points are good to hear at any age. After you read it, let me know what you think.

11 Things to Know at 25(ish)

Which of these points struck a special chord in your heart?

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9 thoughts on “An article worth your time

  1. Definitely a great article! #11 really stuck out to me, I think because I am 28 and I can definitely see that divide among my friends and acquaintances. Most of us are married, own homes, and have or are trying to have babies. The there are the few that never finished college, still live at home, party all the time, and yet are lonely and unfulfilled (their words, not mine). It’s so true that your 20s are meant for growth and exploration and as we approach 30, it only becomes more difficult to do so. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Love this! I’m working on #2 at the moment, and have experienced many of the other ones on the list and can definitely attest that they are so true.
    Thanks for sharing!

  3. Oh, and P.S. they should add a thing in the one about not rushing into marriage to include not rushing into children either. Peer pressure doesn’t stop after you get married! It sucks! I need a daily reminder that we will have kids when it’s right for us, not because “all my friends were doing it.”

  4. Love the one about finding the right job. I always have to remind myself that I’m only 25. I like the idea of only complaining when you are 32 and still stuck 😉 Finding a church has also been a wonderful journey for me and the hubs. Having another support system has been invaluable.

  5. I like the the lesson about forgiving your parents for forgetting you are an adult. I am 40 with a husband and kids but my parents still do that sometimes…and I admit I sometimes forget my kids are in middle school when I am thinking about their capabilities and knowledge.

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