I am a twenty-something with about twenty-something different dreams.
I live in a major city, I am almost a full year out of college, and I am almost a full year into my career. I have a job, a good job in fact. I work in Corporate America, with my own roomy cube, a big client, a Keurig, and everything. I have the opportunity to grow in my field and never worry about health insurance. I have steady paychecks that allow me to feel safe and secure. I am at the preamble of my story attaining the American Dream.
Yet, I’m not sure I’m happy. I’m not sure I’m doing what I’m “meant” to be doing, what I was born onto this planet to do. I’m not even sure I can pinpoint what I’m “meant” to do, because I want to do just about everything. I want to do everything, but I’m not certain that I’m exceptionally good at anything. And I wonder what it will take to figure it all out.
Enter: The Quarter Life Crisis.