twenties

Everyone remembers their first date. Or, if it went really poorly, you skip and choose to remember your first significant other. You've probably noticed though, that dating changed drastically from when you were a teenager. Maybe you thought it was so much easier back then. All you had to do is like the same movies or the same kind of music, and that pretty much made you a couple. 

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Let me start this off by saying I'm almost 28 and single. (Pause for gasps of horror) ya, I get it.

By now, everyone including the weird girl in 2nd grade who used to befriend spiders and collect dust bunnies is married and probably has a baby on the way.

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If you're in your 20s right now, then you probably agree to say that at one point in time (if not right now) you've lost all chill and have considered yourself a complete mess. Whether you've bombed a job interview, showed up late to class or just didn't feel like adulting, trust me girl, we've all been there.

But don't lose hope because just because you think you're a hot mess, it doesn't mean you're somewhat on the wrong track. In fact, everyone's track of life is different so it's not like there's a set path to life that you definitely must follow. But for those of you who are down and thinking that they're doing everything wrong, fear not because I'm pretty sure you're doing something right. Take pride in yourself and know that whatever mess or knot you feel like you're in the middle of right now, it'll somehow straighten out and find its way.

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We're all looking for love. There, I've addressed the elephant in the room that everybody kind of knows but is too shy to address. Despite all the attempts of acting like you're too good for it, we're all biologically programmed to crave connection and love from other people who are.. well not your mom. And you know what, it's totally not insane to see what and who is out there.

But for those of you who aren't down to be a contestant on The Bachelor (/ette), the prospect of online dating seems pretty convenient for both inter and extroverts alike. To name a few benefits you don't have to sit around waiting for fate to bring in your prince charming at a coffee shop, if you're shy you can sit a little more comfortably knowing that you can test the waters via cyberspace before committing to full human contact, and it skips the process of having to awkwardly ask if the cutie you have your eye on is even available because why else would they even be on this site?

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I'm at that age where it seems like all I want to do is adventure all day every day. I've got a constant craving to see and do things I haven't done before and visit places I haven't seen.

Lucky for me, I live in beautiful British Columbia where the adventures are easy to come by and when they come, they are hard to forget.

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