Wayne Dyer said, “Be miserable. Or motivate yourself. Whatever has to be done, it’s always your choice.”
It’s hard to live on your 20s. I recognize that dilemma, and I love it. This second decade/phase in our life is hard, but I know it is worth it.
Maybe you tend to find yourself first, experiment with whatever you think benefits you in the future, wait until the “perfect” time to arrive or whatever. By your default mindset, life is hard and challenging, but consider it as exciting, too.
You have been both excited and anxious towards your first job, could not bear the thought of getting fired, or insisting that you still deserve a romantic relationship. You have been both doubtful and afraid of risking, making new friends, keeping old friends, catching up with your life, even living from paycheck to paycheck and staying broke. You have been missing out a lot, you have drunk a lot. You have been partying a lot. There are ‘A LOT’ moments you have, and you think those are just fine. And in the middle of everything you tend to question what you really want in life.
It is so hard to live when you don’t know what you want in life. But when you have already found it, are you ready? Are you ready to goal it?
Hence, do whatever you want to you with your life; it is not that you are young, youthful or able, but remember to make the right choices. This is not high school or college all over again. Time flies, and it is priceless.
You must decide what you want, and act on it
Your future is in YOUR hands, and I beg you to help yourself. Let your future self thank you for something you’ve done so well.
Where do you want to go?