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#PYNKTalk: Why Women Should Take Their Twenties Seriously

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It seems as if the every #PYNKGirl should live their twenties to the fullest because they are some of the best years of your young adult life and you won’t be able get those years back. But, what if your twenties are meant to be taken seriously because they lay the ground work to the rest of your life? What if those drunken mistakes, wild nights, and that nonchalant attitude about planning your future come back to haunt you in your thirties?

Every #PYNKGirl is pretty, powerful, and provocative in her own right, so it’s a no brainer that we party hard and make every day count. But don’t take advantage of your youth in your twenties because these years are pivotal to you solidifying yourself in this professional world.

So check out these #PYNKGirlApproved tips to help you in your twenties:

Tip 1.Take your twenties as the best time to network because making the right connections can align you with some of the top bosses in your respective field.

Tip 2. Be aware of your social media content because the wrong drunken night can be the picture that separates you from the finish line.

Tip 3. Be a sponge and soak up every form of knowledge you can so that you are well-versed in every aspect of life, work, love, and business.

Tip 4. Start to mold yourself into the person you want to be in your thirties so that once you reach your flirty thirties you are a step ahead and ready to hit the ground running.

Tip 5. Set goals for yourself each year so that by time you are twenty-five you are half way there and established to being a boss of your own. And, so that you won’t hit an early mid life crisis.

So simply take your twenties serious so that by the time you hit thirty you aren’t trying to correct the mistakes you made in your younger years, and so your transition from your tipsy twenties to your thirty flirty and thriving years is easy.

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