I think I just went through a quarter life crisis. I say think because I’m not sure if it’s over. It may return, and this time with a vengeance…. [dun dun dun]
Just kidding. Anyway, I thought I’d share my Guide to Coping with your (Maybe) Quarter Life Crisis! (with an exclamation mark) with you.
Guide to Coping with your (Maybe) Quarter Life Crisis! (with an exclamation mark)
Step 1: Freak out
Step 2: Freak out about how you are all alone, and don’t know your life’s purpose yet.
Step 3: Calm down, tell yourself it’s going to be okay.
Step 4: Freak out some more. How will you survive in this big bad world all alone? You can’t even cook! It isn’t really going to be okay!
Have you freaked out enough? If you feel that you have it in you to freak out some more, then go on ahead. Then continue to Step 5.
Step 5: Think about what you want to be in the future. How will you achieve that? For example: buy a power suit, it will directly assist you in attaining your goal.
Step 6: Think about how easy it used to be when you were a child. Buy PJ’s with cows on them. Preferably cow angels.
Step 7: Attempt reading books to help you to reach your goal.
Step 8: Learn to cook. Ensure that you have your local fire department on speed dial in case you burn your house down.
Step 9: Start a blog, and write a guide to coping with your quarter life crisis.
Step 10: Remember that if random people around the world actually want to listen to what you have to say, then you are not alone. You will never be alone. There’s always somebody who’s willing to listen, and you’re going to be fine. Maybe you are destined for greatness. Maybe you aren’t. Maybe you’ll just be average, mediocre. You don’t know yet, nobody does. Figuring it out is the best part of life. The most important thing is that you have people to joke about it with.
So, here’s to everyone reading this. People who follow me, and even those who don’t, it means a lot to me that you want to read what I have to say. YOU mean a lot me, all of you. You saved me, and for that I am forever thankful.