So, I am a 25 year old who pretty much began my quarter-life crisis on my 25th birthday. But, after nearly a year, and much reflection, I am convinced that the lessons I learned during this year are important and have made my life much more fulfilling, in addition to giving me a clearer direction in where I’d like to go. It’s a funny thing, I suppose. You can wallow in the quarter-life crisis, or you can push onward, strongly and purposefully and make seemingly frustrating and difficult situations opportunities for embracing necessary growth. Through a variety of means of reflection – books, music, journaling, movies, TV shows, and conversations that have taken place over the year, I share with you the lessons I’ve learned, resources I have discovered, and a journey that was painful, yet one I wouldn’t trade for anything.