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1. Being happy, free, confused & lonely at the same time is a real thing. Your emotions are constantly fluctuating because we are all learning to navigate in the real world. And it’s terrifying.

2. You no longer eat breakfast at midnight. Or anything at midnight. Because post-grad life (hopefully) means working 9-5, and staying up til midnight is far, far from your mind. Sleeeeeep is good. 9 p.m. bedtimes are a reality now.

3. Also, your metabolism is going to start catching up to you, because you aren’t getting any younger, so eating breakfast at midnight is a horrible decision. Just be warned.

4. We don’t dress up like hipsters. See point #2 about having post-grad full time employment. Hipster=unacceptable work attire.

5. You no longer have the desire to fall in love with strangers. Because “strangers” in college aren’t really strange, because you know at least a dozen people who can tell you something about these people who are familiar but unknown to you. Strangers are a real but foreign concept, and you didn’t notice while you lived in your bubble called (fill in the blank with the name of your university) ____________________. [a.k.a. Gonzaga University – go Zags!]

6.There is nothing attractive about forgetting deadlines. Your job will hate you. Your friends will hate you. You need to learn to be reliable. I’m all for letting loose, but don’t forget that your actions speak louder than your words, and if you’re actions start saying you are unreliable, people will start to believe it.

7. Dancing like you’re 22 is THE BEST. No joke. You’re probably (or finally or hopefully close to being) comfortable with who you are as a person – or you’re comfortable knowing you are still figuring that out – and it is the most liberating thing that will happen to you. By now, a lot of your insecurities will have washed away because you will realize we are all beautiful to people who love us, and the people who don’t see that aren’t worth your time or energy. Embrace it. I don’t know what being 23 does to you, but I know this is this happiest I’ve been.

8. Being 22 is MISERABLE. You have to start paying student loans and getting financial advice from family members whose advice you denied for years because you were a teenager and you knew EVERYTHING. Reality check – there are lots and lots of things you don’t know. Also, you watch people you know (from high school or college) get engaged and married, which makes you step back and examine your life. Which makes you realize that you don’t have all your s#*t together. Which is hard.

9. And magical, ohhhh yea! It’s a time where you figure out who your real friends are, and how to practice having true relationships because these real friends aren’t right down the hall or across campus from you anymore, and that’s a beautiful blessing in disguise. You will get to travel & try new restaurants & find ways to be connected though miles apart. You take photographs and you look happy in them and that’s enough. You laugh at things you find truly funny. You spend time with people you WANT to and you do the things that you enjoy the most, because your time is more limited than ever before in your life. If you didn’t believe in magic before, you will now.

10. On making fun of your ex’s (uh uh, uh uh) – if you have any, that is, you will occasionally think of them & lots of laughter will follow. Your friends will help you laugh at all of the “dating” mistakes you’ve made. And that one guy that you met for three seconds before making a rash decision about him, he won’t matter in the long run, so don’t let him weigh too heavy in your heart or mind. Nothing can replace experience.

11. Forget about heartbreak. Just do it. Just try again.

12. “Everything will be alright if you keep me next to you.” Keep your friends close. Keep your family close. Keep your friends that you consider family close. Everything will be alright.

13.  You can feel 22 at any age. I felt like this when I was 17. I just didn’t know how to handle these feelings yet. I wasn’t at that “place” in my life yet. And I am now.

14. Places that didn’t feel crowded before will feel crowded now. Full of people you don’t know or recognize. Like the Starbucks next to campus where you used to go and see lots of people you’d never met before but recognized their face. You will think to yourself, “This place is too crowded,” and then you will feel old. And that’s okay.

15.  “Ditching the whole scene” seems like the cool thing to do. There isn’t acool thing to do anymore. You just do what makes you happy & forget the rest.

16.  “…and end up dreaming instead of sleeping…” I haven’t figured this one out yet. But I think it’s true. Because we’re so young and have so much life ahead of us and we have the world at our fingertips and can do anything we want to do. I haven’t given up on this one yet.

17.  You stop trying to know everything about everybody. Because it requires more energy now than ever to keep up with people in all parts of the world that you only spend time on people who you really care about.

18. And people will stop trying to know everything about you.

19.  All those things you had in common with people in college dissipate, and acquaintances stop knowing little details of your life, so they ask you questions like, “How’s work?” or “Where are you living these days?” These questions will irritate you after about a month. Be patient with people. You still need face to face contact with others.

20.  Having your ID checked at the bar is now annoying instead of fun. “I’m 22 already you stupid bartender, can’t you feel my maturity?”

21. It is important to make your parents feel proud of you… still. You might be grown up and out on your own (maybe), but they still nurtured you and brought you life. Do things that they can brag about.

22. Enjoy your year. It goes by quicker than all the other years so far. And that might be because we are off doing “adult” things and spending loads of time in office cubicles and running errands takes up majority of your time on Saturday and sleeping in means waking up at 9 a.m. and socializing has turned into a twice a week thing. But enjoy it. And remember to be youthful. That’s the most important thing. You might not be “young” anymore, but no one can take away your youthful spirit.

10 Feelings To Experience Before You Die

 

1. The feeling you get when you realize the universe worked out an issue for you, and you were worried for no reason. Is there a more incredible sensation than when you realize something you were plagued about is a non-issue? It’s that first deep breath and little smirk, as you think to yourself, see, you were worried for no reason! Feeling that weight be lifted off you is something you don’t experience every day, and it’s incredible when you do.

2. The feeling you get when you were able to work out an issue for yourself, and you realize you were worried for no reason. The only thing better than seeing things work themselves out is when you can work them out. It’s the sense of strength and control you get. You get the notion that whatever else comes your way you’ll be able to deal with, and hopefully that’s true. But if it isn’t, you’ll deal with it in due time and experience the relief all over again.

3. When you love someone despite the circumstances, despite them not loving you back, and despite knowing you’ll never be together. This is a very raw kind of unconditional love, and I think it’s something to be noted because it’s not at all rooted in self-interest. When people get upset over someone not reciprocating feelings, at the end of the day, you have to wonder to yourself when they were taught that love would always give to you what you give to it. (By the way, that’s the idealist’s version of love, we who have been around the block a few times know better).

4. The feeling of loving your job, even if it’s not your “dream” and even if you’re not joyous every moment of every day. I think this is something that everyone deserves to experience at one point or another. It doesn’t have to be love because it’s something your passionate about, but at the very least, being happy that you have a job to feed yourself and provide you a steady income. The thing is, we essentially spend all day every day working. Even if we can’t be doing something we love all the time, we at least deserve to find ways to love it for what it is, and not what it isn’t.

5. The first time you move out on your own. I’m not sure what it is about doing so that’s so freeing, but I think it may have something to do with the notion that you are finally self-supportive. You have your own little place in this world in which you can essentially do whatever you want. You can put into this little place whomever and whatever it is that makes you happy, and nobody gets to tell you what’s right or wrong about it.

6. The moment you realize you are okay with being with yourself. This is the most earnest form of loving yourself. This is the Saturday night you treat yourself to dinner and a movie and come back and you are perfectly content with your day. This is what it means to love yourself. To treat yourself the way you deserve to be treated, and you to want to be with yourself as much as you want to be with anybody else.

7. The moment you truly experience gratitude, and not in the way most people assume. I just watched a video that outlined a study that was done, explaining how one integral necessity for happiness is to cultivate gratitude. I believe this is true. I also believe that people think they are grateful because once in a while they say, oh, yes, my life could be worse, and I’m lucky I have x, y and z. What I think it’s really about is being conscious of the fact that you are so lucky to be experiencing what you are experiencing, and really loving what you have while you have it.

8. The feeling of being hated, but realizing that it’s a natural part of life and that said hatred does not and will not affect you. If part of your dream of ideal happiness has anything to do with the idea that everybody loves you, you simply will never achieve it. What’s really special, though, is when you hear (and in my case, read) the mean comments people dole out and you realize that it’s more of a reflection of themselves than it is of you. You don’t get that sinking feeling anymore because you know it only affects you if you’re still stuck in the mindset that your happiness is contingent upon the approval of others.

9. When you realize that you are free, despite what anybody else says or thinks. We build our own cages. I’ve said this before but it’s so apt, I’ll say it again: even the caged bird can sing if only it can find the tune. The day you decide to be free is the day you are. You have merely constructed the constraints you feel withhold you. Release yourself from them. It’s one of the most liberating things you can do.

10. Contentment in the present moment, and the ability to just “be.” Isn’t this the greatest experience of all? What we’re all looking for in the long-run? Well, all I know is that it’s a hard place to get to and it’s even harder to stay there. But if you are one of the dedicated people who has worked hard enough to experience this, it really is the greatest feeling you will have, and most certainly something we should all accomplish before we die.