9 THINGS YOU HAVE TO CONSIDER IN YOUR YOUTH

The United Nations’ (UN) International Youth Day is celebrated on August 12 each year to recognize efforts of the world’s youth in enhancing global society. It also aims to promote ways to engage them in becoming more actively involved in making positive contributions to their communities. Bellow are 17 things to start doing in your 20s so you don’t live in regret in your 40s.

Don’t rush to cram stuff into your 20s because you think you should

Don’t rush to cram stuff into your 20s because you think you should. Just do what you want, do what feels natural, and take your time with it if need be.

Build upon friendships

Build upon friendships. There is more to life than going out every night. Stay at home with close friends. Go on adventures together. That being said, don’t be afraid to end some friendships. Fair-weather friends are not worth your time. Stay loyal to those that truly matter and invest your time with them.

Don’t get caught up in the cycle of buying expensive things to impress people

People in their twenties seem to want it all NOW. Don’t fall into that trap. The act of spending more as you get it, to save face among or to impress your peers — erodes wealth quickly. Delaying gratification, instead, and saving that money for later has the potential to make you extremely wealthy down the line.

Take care of your body

Don’t let your weight out of control, don’t ignore dental problems, and take care of your finances as much as you can.

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Do not spend one more minute of your life with someone who makes you feel like you are less than you are

Do not spend one more minute of your life with someone who makes you feel like you are less than you are … he or she will never change for the better and you might just change for the worse.

Don’t burn your bridges

Personal, work, whatever, there will be times when you will need to be amiable with people from the past for various reasons.

Don’t be afraid to change directions

Yeah, you went to high school, then maybe did some college, tech school, training or whatever and thought that was your direction. But if you finally get a job, and you’re not happy, work to change that s— immediately. Spending your entire workweek being unhappy just because it pays the bills will not make you happy.

Learn to accept and love yourself first

In other words, show some self-compassion. Scientists say it can make you more successful because you’re learning from your missteps, instead of just berating yourself for them.

What is the biggest mistake you are trying to avoid in your youth?

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