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  1. March 11, 2015

    Love this post, while I’m still a student, I would say I have a good amount of these down. Although the financial aspect shall have to wait until after Vet School ! :)

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  2. March 11, 2015
    alice says

    really loved this post!

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  3. March 11, 2015
    Abby says

    This is such a great message! Sometimes being in your twenties can feel like a race to something else, and some of these items can feel uneasy, but you’re completely right! These things mean we are right where we need to be, life is about loving the moment! Great post!

    -A-
    A Peck on the Chic

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  4. March 11, 2015

    My twenties were filled with self discovery. I definitely had a quarter life crises and had to discover who I was outside of my upbringing. Hell, I still fight this, and I think many people never do. Thanks for sharing.

    -Tara

    http://absolutelytara.com

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  5. March 11, 2015
    Jenna says

    This post definitely needs to be heard! Especially the there is no normal part. This is probably the best bit of advice we can get in our 20s!! Thanks for sharing!! xo, Jenna

    jennarosecoloredglasses.com

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  6. March 11, 2015

    OMG, totally needed to hear this today. Thank you for sharing!

    http://www.itgirlnextdoor.com

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  7. March 11, 2015

    I completely agree that your twenties are for figuring out who you are in life – I think I’m still in that place and I will be 30 this year! I do disagree about the savings account – you really should learn about finances and at the very least, be putting some money away with each pay check into a separate account. Start now, don’t wait!

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  8. March 11, 2015

    I love this post. I’m going to be 20 in April and I already feel this way and every one of those items applies. In fact I only just went to the movies the first time on my own the other week and you know what? It was great and I’ve decided to do it more often. Thank you for posting this!

    Elleosophy

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  9. March 14, 2015

    Great points! I was just talking to someone about this the other day.

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  10. March 28, 2015

    I totally agree about tuning out the “shoulds”… we have so much to offer as individuals, and the more we stay true to our deepest strengths and callings, the happier we’ll be. Love your blog– thanks for posting!

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  11. September 16, 2015
    Megan says

    Love this post and it is so very true. I graduated two years ago and that first year out was the biggest growing year. Now, I finally feel like I have a grip on life!

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