via: Relevant Magazine – Jarrid Wilson
A few things to leave behind in the transition to adulthood
You’ve made it through your teens and most (or maybe all) of your schooling. You’ve probably had at least one job or internship. You’ve (hopefully) learned to act mature and professional.
But your twenties are a time for even more growth, for becoming independent and taking responsibility for your actions and how you influence others.
To that end, here are 20 things people over 20 should stop doing. And believe me, I’ve been guilty of most of them.
1. Spending money you don’t have
Credit cards may seem like an easy way to pay for things you really want, but in the long run they could really hurt you if not properly used. Stick to cash, debit or checks. This may seem old-school, but they will definitely help you manage your money.
2. Wasting time on mindless entertainment instead of looking for a job
Video games (or Netflix or Facebook or whatever your choice of entertainment) can be extremely fun, but those games can sure take up a lot of valuable time that could be spent on more important areas of life. There is nothing wrong with playing them, as long as you balance the time needed for school, work and other important aspects of life.
3. Using the term “YOLO”
Simple. Please stop using it.
4. Only going to church to find a relationship
Not only will you hurt yourself in the long run, but you are also selfishly taking time away from a man or woman who is seeking after God’s wisdom and guidance. You can definitely find a great relationship at church, but don’t make that your only reason for attending.
5. Citing “Google” on a college paper or work presentation
It’s not a valid citation, and it could get you in some trouble.
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