Mistakes To Avoid Making In Your 20s

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October 23, 2013 ‐ By Ashley Page
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Our 20s are bound to be full of life-long lessens, new experiences, and plenty of new adventures that will shape our futures — hopefully for the better. However, our 20s can also be full of mistakes, some of which can be huge setbacks that are hard to recover from. If you’re looking to get the best out of your 20s while also making way for a happy and successful future, there are definitely some things you don’t want to do. Here are 14 mistakes to avoid making in your 20s.

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  • HarperLove

    You forgot the BIGGEST (most important) mistake to avoid…. Not messing up your credit!!!!!! In my 20s, I wish someone would have told me how important it was to maintain good credit before taking accepting ‘offers’ from credit card companies that pimp their services to college students.

    Word to the wise: DO NOT MESS UP YOUR CREDIT IN YOUR 20s.

  • heyheynow

    #1 is my main problem….two best friends are married…other besties in serious relationships and its like wth for me?….also money whew I certainly spend more than I save and get extremely lazy at times. Once I fix those three problems I think I will be good but hell I’m 25 I’m stressing because I’m ready to meet the one I’ve kissed enough frogs lol

    • BabyBlue

      That’s what I’m talking about

    • Tonyoardee

      25 stressing over the one?? why?? you have tons of life ahead of you

      • Guest

        But she has to cash in early. Once she gets bogged down in her career and hits 35 its gonna be wayyyyyy harder lol

      • Alexis

        Oh yea, because people aren’t settling down and having kids til til 50

  • Tonyoardee

    #12 is kind of hard especially with student loan debt looming and few employment opportunities, so why not live rent free theres nothing wrong with help. Alot of this list is way too conservative, we’ll never be this young again so why play it safe?