To Each Their Own

So, we’ve passed another holiday. And the more holidays and years that pass, I realize that my life has changed so much. Sure, I’m in my early 20’s and should be living adventurously and being wild and free, but I’m not (at least not wildly). And I like it that way. I can have adventures without needing alcohol to do the trick. I like that I don’t have to find excusing or reasons to go out and drink. There is nothing wrong with drinking, but I think people need to do it more responsibly. If you’re out of high school, you should not dedicate your weekends to drinking and recuperating. But, to each their own. Some people find it fun, and some people are just over it. To me, it doesn’t bother me, it’s just interesting to see how some things change so much, and then some things just don’t change at all. Life as we know it.

One thought on “To Each Their Own

  1. Love this, great post. Some people definitely go into each weekend with the sole intent of getting hammered then spend the entire week trying to recover. I think it’s fine in moderation, enjoy your life. But if that’s the constant cycle, it seriously limits your productivity. I always hate wasting days and that’s what it feels like. Funny how time changes your perspective on things.

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