10 Ways I Can Tell I’m Getting Older

Hi Friends!

A couple weekends ago I attended a three day music festival called Boston Calling. It was great, but I gotta say – nothing makes you feel 30 years old like standing in a crowd full of 19 year olds mosh pitting to Run The Jewels and Major Lazer. I mean, is it too much to ask that the older people get a designated area to politely enjoy the show? Oh right, that’s called the VIP area and I was too cheap to splurge for it.

Besides mosh pits and the fact that a week later I’m still sore (from standing?) I realized there are a handful of ways I can definitely tell I’m getting older. Below is that list.

Enjoy!


 

1. Googling Abbreviations Kids Use These Days.

Examples: TFW, IRL, ICYMI.

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2. When Are The MTV Video Awards On? I Have No Clue.

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3. The Amount Of Friends I Now Have.

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4. Preventitive Ibuprofen.

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5. There Is Nothing Like A Good Foot Soak.

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6. My Niece (Whom I Watched Take First Breath) Is Now A Teenager.

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7. Anxiety When Gas Tank Is Under 1/4 Tank.

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8. Saying Things Like “Age Is But A Number” & “You’re Only As Old As You Feel”

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9. The Hour At Which I Used To Go Out vs. Now

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10. Not Being Able To Tell If You’re 12 or 23.

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The fact of the matter is, we all get older, I honestly just never thought I would. It’s just comforting to know that the 19 year olds swigging vodka from a Poland Springs bottle and cutting me in the bathroom lines this weekend will too.

Until Next Time!

xo Lauren

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