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Life Before 25 vs. Your Life After 25

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by Da Vinci

We live in a society that no longer seems to embrace aging.  I remember how I felt when I realized I was broaching the age of 25, the age that society seems to have labeled as the pinnacle of success for women, and yet I wasn’t married, where I thought I was going to be career wise and I definitely didn’t have a family… I remember thinking to myself, hmm so… is life supposed to end now just because I’m not there yet? NO!  That’s when it occurred to me that life after 25, or I should say Your Life After 25 is just beginning.

Society had me, us, bound to so many ideas of who I should have been by this “chosen” age/time frame, however, I was just beginning to feel like I know who I am and what I want.  So I decided it’s time to throw out my old lists and just live life with each day as a stepping stone to being the woman I want to be.  There’s nothing wrong with having goals but being defined by your age doesn’t have to be the case anymore. Your Life After 25, “believe or not, it does go on”.

If you had dreams of writing a book and started thinking “I’m too old to start it now”, who said so? don’t allow yourself to be defeated by not attempting to reach for your goals.  If you’re worried about being single and finding that right person, there is no age limit to love… always remember if you don’t try you’ll always lose.

You can choose to make today the beginning of the rest of your life, choose to aspire for greatness and to improve as a person.

What is “Your Life After 25″ about?

Our mission is to help you throw out the old expectations of who you should be by 25 & celebrating who you will be after 25.

With articles about life, health, relationships, fashion, current events, and much more… you’ll be able to learn new tips for self improvement in many aspects.  We’ll also be doing interviews and featuring stories from people 25 and older who are doing extraordinary things and embracing life, my hope is that we can all inspire each other to improve upon ourselves.  What’s life without a little fun? We’ll also be doing giveaways, reviews, have stories on entertainment and much more.  So come along and start the journey with us and celebrate “Your Life After 25″.

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About the Author
Da Vinci, Editor in Chief of Your Life After 25, has carved out her own position as a “Realistic Optimist,” and modern day Renaissance woman. Your Life After 25 is the women's magazine for all women, but we put a spin on things and also make sure to embrace life for ladies over 25. Whether you're 25, 30, 35, 40, 50 or older we have something for you! Your Life After 25 "Believe It Or Not, It Does Go On"
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    Wow! This site is awesome. What a great way to inspire those who thinks that life goes down hill after 25!!! You are right, life does began after 25. Life after 25 is when amazing,defining moments began to take place i.e. understanding who you are, your purpose in life and what you want out of life! Love the Site!!!!

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    Thank you Davinci for this much needed blog. I waited a long time yet it was SOOOOO worth it. Very proud of you. I am here if you need anything!

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    I LOVE this site, you have no idea how many of my friends were just talking about this… it really did seem like there was not much to look forward to if you’re single, no kids, and not at the job you want.

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      Lisa, there is so much to look forward to! Think of what young women who used to have all those things DIDN”T HAVE have.

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    I remember thinking that I just HAD to be in management by the time I was 25! I made it barely, since then I have jumped from management job to management job and then I realized…I don’t have to be a CEO, I just have to make a difference. A friend recently told me about Michael Meade (mosaicvoices.org/) who has the theory that we all start with two agreements, destiny and fate. Destiny is what you were born to be and to do and Fate is what happens to you. Sometimes in order to achieve your destiny, you have to change your fate!

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