Your Roaring 20s

When a person in their 20s is portrayed on TV, it’s usually shown as the stage where you either have it all together or everything is falling apart. There’s literally no in between. Most kids, including myself, are so excited to reach our 20s. You can legally drink, get even more freedom, you’re no longer considered a child, and did I mention you can legally drink? Oh I did? Oops.

The truth is your 20s is the age you wholeheartedly find yourself. I know. I know. People said say that about every age, but I truly believe that your 20s are some of the most important years of your life. Your “Roaring 20s”, as I like to call them, sets the pace for what your life will be; all while learning so much about life as an adult.

Personally speaking, I’m super early in my 20s. I’m only 22 and I don’t turn 23 until August, but I’ve learned more about myself in these 2 years than I have from my all of my teen years COMBINED.

Your 20s is basically the last years you can totally fuck up and everything will be okay because you’re still young and learning. Your 20s is the age of experimenting. Wanna be a thot for a lil bit? Do it. I know I did!

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Wanna travel and take random trips across the country or even international? Go for it. Thinking about moving out of state just for the hell of it? Go head pimp! Wanna stack ya bread and crash with your parents for a few more years? That’s cool! Even if you wanna skip the craziness and just get married and start a family, that’s acceptable as well!

Anything goes in your 20s! You’re not too old and you’re not too young.  It’s the perfect age to learn about yourself as a individual because a lot of times we subconsciously lose track of who we are by trying to keep up with the next person via our social media feeds.

So, to all my readers in the midst of this tornado called your 20s and you feel like you are flopping SO badly, trust me; you’re not. I’m with you. No matter how much you may think Myleeza has it all together; trust me, I don’t. We’re all learning, living, and winging this shit a year at a time.

Logging out,

Myleeza

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