The 20’s are a time to make mistakes, learn, love, have fun, and adventure. They are a time to thrive to for us to get to know ourselves. They are a mess, but the mess is so beautiful. Nothing will ruin your 20’s more than thinking you should have your life together already. Here we are discussing about 20 Things Every Woman Should Do in Their 20’s.
20 Things Every Woman Should Do in Their 20’s
1. Travel Solo
Take a cue from Eat, Pray, Love and plan a solo trip. At the end of the movie, Julia Roberts finds the love of her life because she spent the first part of the movie traveling the world alone in order to find herself. It doesn’t matter how far you go or what you do while you’re there, as long as you challenge yourself a bit, create some memories, and have a blast while doing it. Go stay in a cabin and take a solitude weekend. Spend time getting to know yourself. See what you like to do when the only agenda that you have to be concerned with is your own.
2. Take up a new hobby
Life is short and now is the time to do that thing you’ve always dreamed of doing, whether it’s knitting, photography, or gardening. Plus, when you have something fun to look forward to, you’ll be motivated to plan more alone time for yourself in the future.
3. Ask your crush out.
Let’s be real. If you are in your 20’s and reading this you know by now that men are not the chivalrous, confident princess that Disney makes them out to be. We are living in an incredible time where gender roles are changing. Take your love life into your own hands— don’t wait around for a guy to ask you out because he probably won’t. Don’t be afraid to make the first move because you are smart, strong, funny, and beautiful!
4. Quit that job you hate.
Job quitters are the happiest people. Life is too short to spend it in misery counting down the hours until you can go home and complain about your day to your cat.
5. Go out for a meal by yourself.
Order a glass of wine and read a book. Write in that journal you keep meaning to update. Be glad you’re not on an awkward first date like those people sitting next to you.
6. Create a List Of Life Goals.
It’s not about putting pressure on yourself to check off the boxes, it’s about stretching yourself to go further than you ever thought you could.
7. Say “I love you” first.
They are three words that carry a lot of vulnerability. Saying I love you and meaning it opens up doors to go deeper into a relationship. This doesn’t apply to just romantic relationships, but to friendships too. Allow yourself to be vulnerable and see the magic that comes from that beautiful space you create. Say “I love you,” and say it a lot.
8. Drink water.
You cannot argue with this one. Get a water bottle and make that water bottle your best friend. Water flushes out the system helps you feel energized, plays a role in maintaining a healthy weight, is good for your skin, and it helps your body function. Water makes your body feel good and work to its fullest potential.
9. Go To The Movie Solo.
Get away from the stress of work, family, and the business of everyday life and escape to a movie theater where you can get lost in the story and truly relax.
10. Get Lost.
Literally or metaphorically, this is what life’s about! And when you do find your way (you always will), you’ll feel like an entirely new person-stronger, wiser, and self-sufficient.
11. Make time for self-love.
Sometimes we get caught up trying to save the world. Saving the world begins with taking care of yourself. Imagine what the world would be like if everyone spent an hour every day loving themselves.
12. Take Some Time To Really Reflect On Religion
Whether it’s in a church or under a tree in your backyard, ponder faith, religion, God, and the purpose of life and do some digging so you know for sure you’re forming your own opinion without the input from family, friends, or peers. You can’t really own your faith or lack of faith unless it’s something you choose to believe, not something you were raised to believe.
13. Forgive someone.
Remember, forgiveness isn’t for the other person, it’s for you. So even if they’re a dick to you after you dig deep and forgive them, you know you’re not wasting energy holding a grudge.
14. Relax In Your Own House.
Being alone at home is probably a pretty rare occurrence. Between kids running around, family stopping by, and your husband blasting the TV, wouldn’t it be nice to be alone in your house for once? Send the family off to do something fun together, unwind with a glass of wine and a good book, and put your phone on silent.
15. Treat Yourself.
Often times we’re so caught up in work and family responsibilities that decades can go by in a split second and we realize we never had that experience we wanted to have. Perhaps it’s that family heritage trip you’ve always wanted to take, but make it a point to treat yourself to something you’ve always wanted, and don’t ask for permission. You work hard for everyone in your life. You’ve earned it.
16. Do All The Embarrassing Things You Like To Do When No One Is Around.
Want to dance around the house in your underwear, while singing along to your favorite song using your hairbrush as a microphone? Or want to sob through a sad, romantic movie while eating some chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream? Whatever it is do it!
17. Act Like A Kid.
Do something you haven’t done since you were a kid. Maybe it’s playing on a swing set, roller blading or going to a carnival it will make you feel young and carefree again.
18. Get off social media.
Get off social media for a week and see how much more connected you feel with the real world, not the world you see happening through a screen.
19.Don’t spend money for a week.
Spend a Saturday splurging out at the grocery store, filling your car up with gas, paying bills and getting a little treat (of course!). Then Sunday to Sunday you save. It feels so good: one week of saving will make you aware of your spending habits and help you realize all the amazing free stuff in your life.
20. Continue Your Education.
You can always learn something new, and if it’s been awhile since you’ve found yourself in a classroom, don’t worry. Just pick up a new book, register for a free online class, or listen to a podcast. Learning new skills and information will remind you just how smart and capable you really are.