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10 LIES EVERY 20-SOMETHING SHOULD STOP BELIEVING RIGHT NOW
The world says your 20s are your 'make-it-or-break-it' years where you should 'build your empire of success'. The gap between 20 and 30 has also been dubbed the 'defining decade', your 'selfish years', but also the years where you should 'fall in love, get serious, get married, and start family planning'.
Jeepers! It would seem that everyone has an opinion about what life should look like at 20 something. And in this day and age, there seems to be more pressure on young people than ever before - from all angles - social media I'm looking at YOU.
But the good news is that your 20s don't need to be as tough as people may say, or as they may seem. So to take the pressure off, let's take a look at 10 lies every 20 something should stop believing. Like right now.
HEY, I'M ELISE
I help young women pursue purpose and connect in community.
I CAN'T WAIT TO GET TO KNOW YOU.
What comes to mind when you think of sisterhood? Do you feel excited? Or does the word make you grimace? Do you feel uncomfortable or awkward? I know there are a lot of negative feelings toward the concept of a ‘sisterhood’ or simply being in community with other women, because I’ve felt them myself.
It's time to clean out the trash and bust four rubbish lies that you might be believing about sisterhood.
No matter how many likes you have on Instagram, friends on Facebook, hearts on Periscope or followers on Snapchat (I know you wish you had more!), whether you're the 'best dressed' on campus, whether your work colleagues ask you to hang out on a Friday evening after work, whether you're a supermodel, teacher, doctor, actress, business manager, you probably have similar desires to the girl next to you...
At the end of 2017 I took a huge leap of faith. I quit my job and said YES to what I felt God had been nudging me toward for a long time. I felt God had been nudging me to create content, resources and community for you.
The crazy thing is that I quit my job a week before a six-week holiday to America. At the same time, my husband had just started a new job and neither of us would have any money coming in while we were away. So it really was a leap of faith for the both of us.