Your 20s can be an emotional rollercoaster of bliss, stress, romance, and loss. Have no fear though, here are a quick handful of tips to keep you levelheaded and successful during the bumpy ride.
Strengthen Your Inner Circle
Make time for the ones you love. Although it can be easy to get sucked into your work or school life, you need to make sure that you are spending time with your family and friends. If your inner circle is tightly knit, you’re sure to radiate out some good vibes when it comes to those tough projects at the office.
Be Healthy In Every Way Possible
It’s easy to forget to drink plenty of fluids throughout the day or reason with yourself that after a long day’s worth of work, you should skip your workout. But don’t. Your health is of utmost importance and a healthier, happier you should always be your goal.
Be Aware Of Your Social Network
Nowadays it’s beyond easy to stay connected to your high school and college friends all over the world. So be sure to keep a presence via your social networks so that these connections don’t fade to dust as time goes on.
Travel, Travel, Travel
Now is the time more than ever to take time to travel. Chances are, you don’t have anything strapping you down to any specific place or person. So set sail and explore places you’ve never seen or experienced before.
Budget Your Money
Make sure you are taking time to fiscally analyze your income and costs of living. Your 20s is an imperative time to save up and work on a stable credit score. Don’t let frivolous spending ruin your potential for future endeavors like buying a house or car.
Have any other tips you’d offer to your fellow millennials on how to embrace their 20s while also working towards success? Tweet @StarterNoise to let us know!
Katherine is a newbie to Denver. She recently completed her Masters in Peace and Justice Studies at the University of San Diego. When she isn’t trying to save the world, Katherine is all about trying any and all delicious foods, hitting up the beach but not actually swimming (deathly afraid of sharks), and taking as many hikes as humanly possible.