2006. Apple stores had only been around for five years. You Tube was relatively new and smart phones had yet to come out… And I was 28 years old.
It’s always fascinating for me to reflect on the past and see how I’ve evolved and changed over the years.
A few nights ago, I was thinking about how much I used to hate having a regular schedule. Sure, I would work my regular three shifts at a local restaurant, but everything else was constantly in flux and I loved it. Now though, I’m feeling a little different. I’m finding I like having a regular set schedule to work on writing, filming and reading rather than the constantly changing day-to-day life I once thrived on.
Well, I started thinking about other things I had believed a decade ago that I no longer do and decided to write a blog post on them. So without further ado…
11 Things I believed at 28 that I no longer believe at 38
1. Politics are boring.
2. Healthy food is “low fat” products and vegetables.
3. Success is defined by my job.
4. I will always be thin without effort.
5. “Garden State” is a great film.
6. Myspace is cool.
7. Fifty is old.
8. Television sucks. (FYI – it was still the heyday of reality television.)
9. Music is best blasting loudly.
10. I’ll miss smoking cigarettes forever.
11. I don’t need anyone.
I’d love to hear how others have changed… please feel free to share!