10 Memories You Have To Make Before Exiting Your 20s

You owe it to yourself and this awesome decade to make it something worth looking back on. No matter where you're at in your 20s, spend your time doing any of these 10 things.

1 Go On A Spontaneous Road Trip

The open road, a soul on fire, and a group of friends feeling adventurous? Aside from gas money and some yummy snacks, those are the essential things you need to send you on your way to an epic road trip. It doesn't matter where you go — and that's the fun part.

Go To A Weekend-Long Music Festival Or Event

Bonding over great music brings people together. A weekend at Outside Lands in San Francisco or Burning Man in Nevada's Black Rock Desert will introduce you to many like-minded individuals. You also can't forget how many pics you're going to take in your cute AF festival outfits.

3 Ask Out Someone You've Been Crushing On

You don't want to look back and wonder what would have happened if you actually had the guts to ask out that hottie you always bump into at the gym. Take a chance and trust your emotions. You never know where this little crush could lead.

Go All Out For One Of Your Birthday Parties

For at least one of your birthdays in your 20s, you need an absolutely epic party. I'm talking the type of bash where you rent out your favorite rooftop bar. Celebrating your birthday should take priority every year, but one year, you need to be borderline royalty.

5 Do A Group Halloween Costume

An awesome group Halloween costume will take some creative thinking, but it is so worth it in the end. Who knows, your awesome idea could go viral. Start planning early.

How many of these things have you already completed?  Check out the full article and the rest of the list at EliteDaily

Terry J

Terry J

Born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. I graduated from Louisiana State University (LSU) and yes, I bleed Purple and Gold. Love food! I try to be very active love to watch and participate in sports as well as going for runs throughout the... Read more


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