Twenty-Something ‘N Counting

Summer is over.  I’ve done a sufficient amount of damage to my liver, bank account and mother’s sanity.  I’d say it was a job well done.  But now what?  Here comes the fun part: Adulthood.  I’m home from college with a degree in creative writing and no job (yet).  And while our twenties are universally recognized as the decade to make a mess of your life while figuring out what you really want out of it, theres little room for error or permanent damage.  Twenty-three was fun, but twenty-four means I’m almost twenty-five and twenty-five means I’m almost thirty and thirty means i”m almost a rotting corps.  Its time to formulate a plan.  If not for me, then for my mother so that she may stop harassing me (so I guess it’s still for me).

So while I muddle through this adulthood thing, I’m hoping that this blog will serve as a means to vent and channel the inevitable head and heart aches  that I will encounter the best way I know how; honestly and assholely.  Lets get started shall we?

1 thought on “Twenty-Something ‘N Counting

  1. Chymere A

    The starting point.

    I will say this, the same thing I’ve said to countless younger 20 somethings that I come across. Your deadlines are really unimportant to the universe…to God…to whoever or whatever you believe a higher force to be called. Looking at deadlines, you’ll miss out on a lot and I learned this in retrospect. Don’t think you’ll have it all figured out by 25, because more than likely you won’t. And if you don’t, you’re still young. Granted, you don’t have all the time in the world, but every single day is a new opportunity to get this life thing right. Who ever really gets it “right” anyway? Trust the process, you’ll be fine.

    Love your blog, btw.


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