Why Twenty is Not the New Thirty

The Wandering Nomads

“If you’re thinking about doing something, ask yourself what you would do if you weren’t afraid and then do it.”

Generation Y. We represent a generation of technology, of arrogance, of progress. We were brought up to believe that we are special, that each one of us has the power to change the world. We are the generation who has graduated from school, thousands of dollars in debt, only to find unemployment. Now in our twenties and early thirties we are facing the facts about who we are truly becoming.

People settle down later, get married later, start a family later. “Your twenties hardly matter,” they tell us, you can do all of that in your thirties. But your dream job won’t suddenly appear once you hit thirty, nor will you magically learn the give and take of a successful relationship overnight. Your twenties are the time to lay down…

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