The Difference Between Adulting In Your 20s And Adulting In Your 30s
Adulting: That's one scary word.
If you don't know what this word means, you are one of the lucky ones, but get ready for a rude awakening.
"Adulting" is the action of growing up. This could mean you finally have that 9-5 job or you are off your parents' phone plan, or you just stopped getting drunk during the week before noon.
Adulting in your early 20s seems like a very scary thought. You just got out of college, and you don't want that life of sweet, sweet freedom to end. Now, the task of going to the library to "study" seems like a dream, while the task of getting up to go to a job every day is dreadful.
Adulting does not stop in your 20s, though. As you grow up, the definition of what it means to be an adult is always changing -- the way you interact with friends, the way your body reacts to alcohol and even your sex life changes dramatically from the time you're 20 to the time you turn 30.
This video reveals all the differences between being an adult at 20 and being an adult at 30. Some of them might even surprise you!