The Rants & Raves of a 29 Year Old Self Employed Entrepreneur

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My thirties are almost here!! I am in the final year of my twenties and I couldn’t be happier. Being in your twenties is not all that it is cracked up to be. When you hit 20, you are ecstatic that you aren’t a teenager any more, but that soon wears off after your 21st birthday. During the rest of your twenties, you still try to hold onto the youth you still have by going out and partying until sun up, all while trying to figure out what you should do with your life in addition to holding down a meaningless job until you find your dream job. Not to mention trying to find a life partner on top of it all! It’s exhausting being in your twenties. Thank goodness my thirties are only a couple of months away.

I have led a very interesting and complex life so far. At the age of 7, I was running around craft fairs and markets as my mom sold her handmade products, hoping to turn her business into a success. At the age of 13, I started working at my mom’s store on the weekends and got a second job at the age of 16 while also going to high school.

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