What my 20’s have taught me: I think I’m ready to settle down



Every day I cringe at my Facebook ‘memory’ updates that remind me of what I loser I was 5 years ago.

But overly self indulgent text talk status’ aside, I’m taken back to the carefree, fun 20 year old me.

Having only just turned 25, it’s really quite remarkable how much I’ve changed as a person in just 5 years.

20 year old me was still very much a teenager, with raging hormones and living in a cycle of University studying procrastination, self obsession and all too frequent very drunken nights out.

21 year old me realised that actually, studying isn’t so bad. I suppose I became a swot. I loved Uni and I loved to learn. I suddenly learnt that in school I’d been put into the ‘not so clever’ category and given up on by teachers as a result of such. So I gave up too. But the 21…

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4 comments on “What my 20’s have taught me: I think I’m ready to settle down

  1. Jon says:

    Good posts! I feel as though at 25 I am still young and ready to take on what life has in stores for me.

  2. CattleCapers says:

    Fortunately, in my generation I wrote my thoughts down in a diary which could be concealed or tossed. There wasn’t a virtual record of my loser days.

  3. Anita Bacha says:

    Thank you for sharing… too cute

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