10 Little Reminders for life in Your Twenties


A2A Inspires / Monday, July 25th, 2016

10 Daily Reminders for Life in Your 20's

Okay guys, so I have been crazy busy this past weekend. My sister got married on Saturday! So I literally flew across the Country on Thursday to be on the East Coast for her Wedding on Saturday. Needless to say it has been a busy couple of days. But now things are getting back to normal and I can catch up on Adjusting to Adulthood.

I am also really trying to focus on a new Self-Improvement Workbook (stay tuned!) so I decided this Tuesday I would do a nice easy post and focus my time on the workbooks instead of a super long in-depth post.

Now don’t get me wrong, this post is still going to kick ass, so don’t worry! But this week I thought I would focus on some reminders for all my other twenty-something darlings out there. Sometimes we need a little reminder that were doing just fine, and that everything will be okay. So today… I have 10!!!

Not only did I make you a little list below, but I also included a 10 pack of printable’s, which includes each little reminder.

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Here are your 10 little reminders for inspiration on this glorious Tuesday:

ONE // Stop thinking about what can go wrong & focus on what can go right

Stop letting fear of failure, self-doubt, and negative self talk stop you from pursuing your goals and ambitions. Start focusing on the positive and what can go right if you push yourself and step outside of your comfort zone.

TWO // Be fearless in the pursuit of what sets your soul on fire

If your lucky enough to find something your truly passionate about in life, go after it with everything you have. Make the time for your passions and the things you love in life. Always make the time.

THREE // Exist to be happy, not to impress

Live your life for you, not for anybody else. Stop worrying about what others say, or what people will think, and live your life the way you want to. Life is too short to be anything but happy.

FOUR // Invest in yourself

The investment in yourself will be the best one you ever make. Try new things, be curious, commit to life long learning. Put yourself first. Not sure where to start when it comes to self-improvement? I got your back! Check out these posts:

30 Easy Ways to Improve Your Life in 30 Days

The 6 Best Ways to Improve Yourself in Your Twenties

15 Ways Gratitude Improves Your Life

The Summer of Self Improvement ChallengeĀ 

FIVE // Embrace the glorious mess that you are

Life is messy, especially as a twenty-something. Embrace it! How boring would life be without mistakes or failures. We live & we learn, and usually we end up with a great story or a life lesson. Embrace the messy & remember it is all part of the journey.

SIX // Kindness is free

Be a kind person. Being kind will never cost you a damn thing, and you will get some great karma in return. Pay it forward! Hold the door for someone, give someone a compliment, lend a helping hand, or even do something as simple as smiling at someone. Don’t be rude, don’t be judgmental, just be kind. You have no idea what anyone else around you is going through, so just be a kind human being.

SEVEN // Let go of who you think your suppose to be & embrace who you are

Forget about the expectations and the societal norms and just be yourself. You don’t have to play by the rules, you can be your own person. Embrace it, and live an authentic lifestyle. It is your life, live it 100% how YOU want to, and never apologize or feel guilty about that.

EIGHT // You only fail if you quit

Fear of failure often prevents us from trying things in the first place. But trying and not succeeding is different from trying and giving up because things get too hard. You may feel like you fail a million times before you achieve your goal, but it is never a true failure unless you give up. Sometimes we try something and it does not work out as we plan, but that is not a failure at all. You tried, and you most likely gained valuable life experience from trying something new. The real failure is not trying at all.

NINE // Don’t look back, you’re not going that way

You can dwell on the past as much as you would like, but it will literally benefit you in no way. No amount of guilt will ever change the past, so move forward, learn to let things go, and look forward to the future. Everyday is a new day, and while memories are great, living in the past will hold you back from fully enjoying the present.

TEN // Learn to let go of the things you cannot control or change

Something I am practicing in my own life currently. There are somethings we have no control over, do not dwell on these things. We can’t always control certain outcomes or situations, but we can control out reaction to them. This is a very important life lesson that is changing my whole outlook on life. It is not always easy to put this method into practice, but it is helping me become a happier person.

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10 Reminders for Life in Your 20's

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Enjoy! xx

Kendra

 

 

 

 

 

More from A2A:

Monthly Goals | July 2016

30 Easy Ways to Improve Your Life in 30 Days

The Best Books to Read in Your Twenties

7 Steps to a More Productive Morning Routine

 

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One Reply to “10 Little Reminders for life in Your Twenties”

  1. I love all these tips especially investing in yourself! It can be hard when people have work and school eating them alive, but I always encourage people to make the time to learn something new…even just picking up a new book to read!

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