Finding your truth in your twenties…
Everyone says; “live life to the fullest” but what does that even mean?
Generously, I don’t think living life to the fullest means having a lot of money, buying a plane ticket to the end of the world, going to different parties, or even drinking the best wine ever!
It’s simply living how you want to, Living in your truth and not in the opinions of others.
Aside from bills and responsibilities, adulthood introduces you to those real factors of life that can make you either appreciate the little things, or become cynical about literally everything. In your 20s, most especially, you need to cherish them as your golden years and really live in the moment. Sadly, you’ll never be able to reenact this decade of your life — but you can make sure that when you replay it, it’s worth watching and revisiting.
There’s a fine line between being in your 20s and claiming your 20s. It all has to do with the way you interpret and handle adulthood. Sure, it’s annoying as hell having to be an adult at times, but it also contributes to why you should live life to the fullest.
When you dedicate yourself to living life to the fullest, you feel like you can overcome anything. Each day is an opportunity for greatness, and you feel fresh and ready to find it. Living life to the fullest means you are in tune with yourself and this allows you to make conscious decisions that directly affect you.