TED Talk: 30 is Not the New 20 [Video]

Dr. Meg Jay, a clinical psychologist who specializes in 20-somethings, offers an interesting perspective on the importance of our 20's, whether or not our major life decisions like marriage and career trajectory are getting pushed a few years. As she points out, that doesn't make our 20's a developmental downtime, it's a newfound sweet spot. One quote I found interesting: “The best time to work on your marriage is before you're in one.”
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