Until recently, I didn’t know what on earth my mind was doing.
It was constantly going back and forth, left and right, trying to distinguish what the hell it wants to do. It was driving me bananas! It still is, by the way. But I had to figure out what was going on. I knew I wasn’t going crazy. I started doing some research, and it appears I am going through a Quarter-Life Crisis. SAY WHHHAAAT? I didn’t even know that existed.
But it does. And it’s very, very real.
On most days I am content with my current life situation, but there are always a few days in the week when the big question sneaks up and overclouds the big ray of sunshine in my mind: Is this it? Is this where the adventure stops? If so, I am not so pleased. I wouldn’t say I live an exciting life right now. I live in a small state, two hours long from top to bottom. And everyone knows everyone. We all die famous in this small state.
Twenty-three years old. Twenty three. I know I’m not supposed to have it all figured out. Young adults including myself are always being reminded of this. But did the not-so-young adults fail to realize we desperately need their help?
At this point in our lives, I think it’s safe to admit we need inspiration, goals, motivation, courage, and strength in order to live a well-balanced life.We need your support, not-so-young-adults. We need your wisdom.
I have a full-time job with amazing benefits and I’m working on my bachelor’s degree and yet I’m still not satisfied. What’s it going to take?! And to think I thought I wouldn’t make it through High School. Pfffft. Piece of cake that was. That part is over in 4 years. But my 20’s…boy am I about to take a ride.