This is mostly directed to the mid-late twenties age group 25-29 (30).
Although i still enjoy going out to clubs and bars. My main purpose isn't to get wasted anymore. I used to pregame and then drink more at the club.
Had a blast ! Lol.
I see life in a different perspective.
I see that I won't be Young forever as much as I want to stop agung.
Those a little older than 30 can answer too.
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Believe it or not, I actually haven't changed a lot from when I was 18 or 19 to now that I'm 27. I have never been into partying or getting wasted. I've only been inside of a night club twice in my whole life ;-). I really didn't like it. I've never quite understood the purpose of partying. I'm not a good dancer and the bright lasers bothered me. I also didn't understand why people would attempt to talk to each other and - because the music was so loud - they would just scream into each other's ears. I remember thinking "this doesn't make any sense whatsoever. If you wanna talk to your friends, why don't you just stay at home or go to a pub?"
I have always been a pretty calm and a very mature/grown-up person. For example I enjoyed evenings when my parents invited some old friends and we had dinner together. While my siblings would go out to party, I would sit at home with my parents and talk about interesting stuff with people who were 30 years older than me. I don't know why, it just seemed (and still seems) more worthwhile to me. I remember my older brother teasing me a lot when I was in my early 20s and claiming that I'm behaving as though I was 50. I don't think that was quite true but I did definitely behave much older than I was. I also was never too much into one-night-stands and stuff like that. Of course I wanted to have a lot of sex (and still do), but even when I was 19 or 20, I desperately wanted to have a serious, long-term girlfriend.
The only things I can spontaneously think of that really changed since those days is that I am for example more seriously thinking about things such as getting married and having children. I mean... I already thought about these things back then but now I do things such as actively contemplating how I would act in a particular situation, how I want to bring up our children etc.. However, I believe this has more to do with the fact that I have been in a long-term relationship for 5 years now, rather than purely with becoming older. Also, when I was 20, I didn't really care how long my studies would take. In my country, there is not set time frame in which you are supposed to complete your studies. We don't have grades like in high school, like they do in America or Britain. Everyone takes a different amount of time and generally speaking, people finish their studies later than in the Anglo-American world. Partially, this also has to do that in my country, almost everyone who actually goes to university (which0
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I am more confident in who I am and what I like and believe.
I have become more open-minded and better with my words.
I have become more patient with my parents and nicer to my siblings.
I actually really want to get married before 30ish... before I dreaded the thought.
I have learned I am much more capable of handling the adult world than I thought.
I want to be with a good guy and am not so hung up on superficial things.
I take care of my appearance better.0