Dating advice women their 20s
Get rid of your skinny jeans, they're an unnecessary struggle. Be accepting to your fellow women who are all just trying to do their best. Don't feel badly about falling out of touch with everyone. Sometimes the few friends who stick around are who you'll really grow with and depend on for years to come. Don't judge older women for spending money on eye cream and other expensive facial products.
Ladies, remember, conversations are a two-way street.”I’ll be honest: I’m not alone in these sentiments.I’m not the only guy out there who is frustrated trying to “impress you” or being emasculated by you.Though the last year was largely devoid of epiphanies -- aside from the near violent rush of love I felt when the midwife pressed my son up against me in the delivery room -- I absolutely know more than I did when I was, say, 25.I know, for example, that it's important to wash produce.It’s unnecessary, and it can easily be fixed if you are just open to accepting constructive criticism.
Work on yourself, and you’ll find cool guys who aren’t jerks.
Instead, I rang in my 30th year shaky and worn, trying not to cry into a bowl of ramen before passing out cold at pm.
I was three months pregnant and terrified that I was in no way adult enough to be someone's mom.
In that vein, we asked some of Huff Post's smartest staffers what they'd tell their 20-something selves. Figure out the reproductive and birth control choices that are best for you. Your life will be significantly harder if you don't have someone who believes in your path as much as you do. Say yes to as many new experiences you possibly can, but limit the amount of commitments in your life that don't work for you. Ninety percent of the sh** you spend your time fretting about really, truly doesn't matter.
Here's the advice these 30-something women want to share with women in their 20s: 1. You don't know what kind of mother you will be, or what kind of daughter you will be to an aging parent, or a friend to someone who needs it, until you are. Even if it's just a little every paycheck -- and even if you feel broke right now -- you'll be glad you did. But when you do spend money, keep in mind that you'll remember your 20s based on experiences you've had more than stuff you bought. Don't spend years uninformed about IUDs or your own cycle. It's okay to whittle down your friendships to the few core people you need. If you're spending your time trying to please other people, you'll wind up with nothing to give yourself. It's okay to be nice and pleasant and still be professional, but don't let people take advantage of you -- and STOP APOLOGIZING.
He performs stand up comedy which you can check out at his website,