Conversations I Wish I Had

10 Lies We Need To Stop Believing About Our 20s

Thought Catalog

1. That you need to have everything figured out.

Part of the hardest transition from college to that magically weird place known as the “real world” is that there’s no cushioning period — no more summer vacation to temper the new season; you’re just spit out and have to take off running. And such a transition often makes it feel like we have to have it all figured out immediately — what your career is going to be for the next 40-odd years of your life, where you’re going to live, everything. Even if you pick up and move to a new city, that doesn’t mean you’re stuck there forever. Even if you think you love the job you have now doesn’t mean you’re going to feel that way forever. And that’s okay. What you want out of life is supposed to change as you grow — it means you’re…

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