Being in your 20s involves a lot of trial and error. Since you’re experiencing real-life first-hand, you’re more likely to make these common mistakes.
As mentioned, your 20’s are filled with many trials. Since it’s your first time venturing into the real world, you’re in for a rude awakening. The world is tough but you have to be tougher. As Anne Frank says, “where there’s hope, there’s life.”
Your 20’s come with the pressure of finding the right person to be in a relationship with and settling down. For some, this happens seamlessly but for others, you go through a lot of mediocre partners. This shouldn’t discourage you or make you settle with someone who doesn’t meet your expectations. 5 Rules Of Breaking Up You Should Know If You Want To End Your Relationship
Don’t Invest/ Save Money
One of the common mistakes people make in their 20s is living beyond their means. Many people want to live a glamorous life with their monthly salary which isn’t logical. The best thing you can do with your money is to invest it in income-generating projects and live life at your own pace. Investing: why you should start in your 20s
There’s a common misconception that you have all the time in the world when you’re young. That couldn’t be further from the truth. Time moves fast and it waits for no man. Therefore, chase your dreams and don’t wait for tomorrow to do things.
Neglect Your Health
This is the time to start healthy practices to prolong your health even in old age. Simple practices like cutting on processed foods and regular medical checkups reduce the risk of diseases like cancer which both young and old people can get. 6 Things Doctors Recommend For Better Health
Stay At The Wrong Job
I was having a conversation with a writer friend of mine. He mentioned that he wrote a piece about how the youth are employed at places of work that don’t relate to what they studied for at the university. We do make mistakes when choosing career paths. However, if you find yourself feeling unsatisfied at your workplace, you should be able to seek better options.
Eating out is the priciest mistakes we make when we’re young. Sure, indulging at your favourite restaurant once in a while is harmless. However, when you calculate how much money you spend on takeout or at your kibanda, the numbers are just too much and too unnecessary. From breakfast to dinner, these costs pile up and by the end of the day, you’ll have spent more than a week’s groceries. Lifestyle: 7 Ways To Reduce Your Food Budget
Fail To Develop New Skills
Skills are like spices for your CV. If you’re wondering why you’re not getting any callbacks, it’s probably because your CV doesn’t stand out. In your 20’s, you lack work experience. You can make up for this by having an impressive set of skills. Nowadays, it’s easier to learn new skills since there are online classes available from all kinds of institutions. Take advantage of them. 6 Reasons Why You Need To Learn Skills Outside Your Job
Focus On Other Things
Our weakness, as a generation, is we’re too caught up in the world of social media that we forget the real world around us. we’re more concerned about what Kim Kardashian was wearing at The Met Gala than how we can learn new skills.
I am a creative writer and blogger with interests in lifestyle and fashion. I have previously worked in the scriptwriting industry and I am looking forward to new experiences. My biggest fear is a wearing the wrong shade of foundation