This is Change

As summer is ending and fall is two days away it is the time of year for change. Being in your midtwenties I feel that I am constantly going through change. Part of this change is finding out who I am.

I haven’t been on my blogging game lately because my roommates mom passed away suddenly in August from cancer. She was diagnosed in July and passed away about a month later.

My outlook on life has changed in such quick amount of time from the horrible situation I have seen my best friends go through.

Life is too short, we need to enjoy everyday, every minute. So for me the change has started before the fall season, before any leaves have changed.

I appreciated my life more, my family more, my friends and the opportunity I have been given in life.

Yes of course I am a young women in my midtwenties so I will complain about the humidity in the air and how my hair won’t stay straight. But at the end of the day nothing like that matters.

You and your friend get into an argument because someone feels left out…or you have a bad day at work. Nothing like this matters.

What truly matters is that you and your loved ones are happy and in good health. At the end of the day that is the importance of life.

Being in my midtwenties and experiencing this loss with my best friends has opened my eyes even more to this. I can say that it already has made me stronger and more mature.

This is just another part of changing and evolving in your midtwenties.

So some advice I have is, enjoy your life, spend time with your family and friends as much as you can.

I’ve always had a motto where I try not to say “no” to things that I get invited to. I don’t make a ton of money at all and I have a ton of student debt but I am a social butterfly and I love living my life to the fullest and always planning and doing fun things. I don’t work to just pay rent and student debt, I work to enjoy my life!

So ask yourself with the change of seasons what other change will come for you?

 


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