One minute I’m enjoying the slow pace of my twenties, the next I’m downing a glass of wine and stressing over where exactly my life is going. Ah yes, the unexpected quarter life crisis has well and truly begun. A phase all twenty-somethings go through, we’re left pretty much in despair over what to do with – well, our entire lives.This is probably the wrong time to have a meltdown; so, naturally, you have one. Whether it’s curling up into a ball, listening to Morrissey or haphazardly emailing just about anybody in your chosen field, the stress gets to all of us.
Some say that your mid-teenage years are the best and easiest of your life. Whilst I would prefer to be studying for my GCSEs than university grade exams, I’d have to say that my years as a stroppy teen aren’t exactly my most treasured memories. Although I’m quicking approaching my 21st birthday, it’s safe to say I’m still growing as a person, but I’m pretty okay with where I’m at. I can’t cook and I’m really bad at math, but these 12 life lessons have got be pretty grounded.