The Benefits of Turning 25

When getting older time really starts to fly. I remember being 12 I couldn’t wait to turn 13. Then when I graduated and went to high school, it didn’t seem like a big deal. Everyone was so proud and surprised that I was going to high school. Even though I was happy, I had no idea the kind of journey I would embark on. My high school years were seriously some of the best times of my life. With each passing year, I learned and enjoyed so much about life and myself. When my senior year approached, I remember being so excited and sad that I was leaving my friends and teachers behind. My accomplishments as a senior surprised me because I’m such a grounded person. Again when I graduated from high school, it didn’t register with me until I started college and the years began to pass. With each passing year, I am still learning and accomplishing new things. On August 29th, I’ll be 25 years old. If you were born in 1992, then you’re getting ready to turn 25 if you haven’t already. There are so many benefits of turning 25, and it should be an age that you cherish.

Knowing How To Pick Your Friends Wisely

At the age of 25, you should be a good judge of character and know what makes a good friend. A real friend is someone who is there for the good times and the bad times. In life we are always coming across new people some, we stay in touch with and some we don’t. If someone is just coming around we they need something from us they are not real friends. The best thing to remember about choosing your friends is realizing it’s better to have a few real friends than a ton of fake ones.

Drinking Responsibly

Ever since turning 21 I’ve been enjoying the legal age of having an alcoholic beverage. Now that I’m getting older I realize that it’s critical to be a responsible drinker. Turning 25 means that you are more experienced and know your limits. When you are an irresponsible drinker it doesn’t just affect you it affects the people around you.

Realizing A Relationship Takes Work

Turning 25 means, you know that a relationship is more than just someone to go out with. Relationships take a lot of time and effort. It won’t just come knocking on your door; you have go out and meet people. With this age, you have the benefits of knowing what you can tolerate in a spouse and what you can’t.

Knowing How to Managing Your Money

The benefits of turning 25 means you’re making your own money and learning how to manage it. As you get older, you learn more and more about how to spend your money. Getting credit cards are a great thing, but the more you have, the more bills you make. Turning 25 means taking care of your bills first and then buying things for yourself.

Being Kind & Putting Your Pride Aside

Unlike being in your early 20’s at 25, you can’t let your pride get in the way. Being kind to others is mandatory whether you are friends with the person or not. Turning 25 means you’ve been through a number arguments and fights. However, now that you’re getting older that should be a thing of the past. Growing up means knowing how to be kind to people and not getting into fights because it’s a waste of time. Turning 25 and getting older means have more responsibility and becoming more mature.