Dating a man 25 years older
You'll crave for something more — dare I say it— serious.
Here's how being 25 and single changes everything you knew about relationships.
It’s not new money (or young money) where he wants to go out and blow it on stupid things; it’s the earned life he’s been creating for years. There’s very little fighting or problems that pop up.
I like that security, and the thought that with him, money isn’t an issue.” “My advice to everyone is date somebody who is older than you. I love dating older because then there is less drama and B.
The following six women are all dating a person who's got at least a decade on them.
Not to mention, there's the bogus pressure of society reminding you that you're not getting any younger, and if you don't find a boyfriend RIGHT NOW, you're destined to die alone.
Your ride-or-die happy hour buddy is trading margaritas for some Netflix and bae, and your weekend plans will cease to exist because your friends have other plans with their SO. They're having better sex, they're shacking up, talking marriage; a few of them might be already engaged.
They're also making everything a "we."Case in point: Every time you see your BFF, she strings her BF along, making you the designated third wheel.
Once upon a time (or, like, four years ago), I was 21 years old, fresh out of a relationship and enjoying all the aspects of single-hood with my other single friends.
We spent our weekends downing mimosas during bottomless brunch, scouting the cheapest happy hours and — if we were feeling "rich" — heading out of town for a girls trip.
Holding yourself accountable to a “plan” of any sort is only going to stress you out even more when you don't achieve it.