So about that time you...
1. Became complacent with the job you have. Don't have your dream job? This is just the beginning, my friend. Keep hustling.
3. Forgot to take care of yourself. Get regular checkups at the doctor, body scans at the dermatologist, and pap smears at the gynecologist.
4. Lived outside your means. No, you shouldn't buy a $10 cocktail at the bar if you have exactly $11.67 left in your bank account. Open up a savings account and manage it. That way, when you need to buy a couch, you can. Or pay your bills. Or retire eventually.
6. Relished the "I'm the cool girl who's friends with all of my exes" phase. Liberate yourself: It's entirely reasonable to love, learn, and want nothing to do with that person ever again.
7. Held a grudge. Sure it's annoying that your roommate drinks all the water bottles you purchase and never replenishes them but you're going to feel like a crazy person in 10 years when you two are still friends and recall how you actually flipped out on her over a plastic bottle of water.
8. Neglected family responsibilities. Life is fun when you're on your own but that doesn't mean you can refuse to call your mother back or skip out on your Dad's birthday because you're hungover. These are the people that supported your absurd Beanie Babies habit, after all.
9. Found a good therapist. Game changing, right?
10. Discovered your go-to work out sitch. Maybe the gym isn't your jam but discovering your love of training for half-marathons with your significant other, or Saturday morning yoga with your best friend will happily accompany you for the rest of your life.
11. Invested your time and heart in the unavailable bad boy. He's hot, he wears leather, and he never calls you back. That adorable and reliable guy you've known for years won't wait around forever.
12. Believed that YOLO is a motto you should live by. Despite what Drake may tell you, it's not. Remember to be thoughtful even when acting spontaneous.
13. Refused to take responsibility for your own actions. Own up to your mistakes and people will respect you more for your ability to do so.
14. Procrastinated. It's okay if you put off doing your laundry for an extra day or so. It's a problem when you put off paying your rent on time.
15. Rationalized your decisions because your twenties is a "throwaway" decade. Why would you want to "throw away" any moment of your life?
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