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Lawyer and Bravoholic. OC born and raised.

Loved this. Thanks for sharing!

I will say that there is a sort of excitement that exists in not having it all "figured out" (if that's even a thing ;)) Like you can still follow your dreams, aim high, and strive for more life fulfillment. I had someone tell me that they had reached all their goals and they were content (after purchasing their home) and that felt sad to me in a way. As if growth ended in her mid 30's. And thank you... I've got 6 more months to have it all figured out!

So true. I definitely haven't hit those "adult markers" and honestly, may never! I also think that likely our parents felt how we feel about adulthood but we obviously weren't having those conversations with them. Unfortunately, I lost my mom so I can't ask her what nearing 40 felt like but I would venture to guess that I'm not wrong...

I guess I always thought of being a grown up as being... settled. Like everything is in its place. But now, I imagine that being "settled" would feel like I'm done growing and I hope that never happens... and yes, I agree, I did not anticipate the amount of heartburn and achy body parts.

TBH, when it comes to celebrity news, TMZ. I feel like they've evolved a lot from the early days. Real news, CNN or MSN - but I always check multiple sources to gather as much info as possible...

This made me legit LOL.

But you're so right. My dad looks 40 in his high school senior pic. But he looked the same at 40. So idk...

Oh I drink La Croix like they're going out of business...

May I recommend Liquid IV? I swear by that stuff...

I'm guessing they tell her and she just ignores the advice. Our worst nightmare of a client!