Getting horribly dumped by (what I had thought was) the love of my life at 23. Packed up my life and moved to the UK for six months. This turned into 4 years. Spent six months of each year traveling (almost all solo). I changed so much as a person, made some amazing friends. Wouldn't change a thing, and so thankful now to that ex- it all led me to who and where I am now!
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16-05-2016 10:11 #11
16-05-2016 10:30 #12
Leaving home at 17.5 to attend uni. I grew up, I learnt a lot, both academic and life skills and met all sorts of people including DH.
16-05-2016 10:48 #13
Schoolies on the Gold Coast.
It was everything the media made it out to be. First time interstate, in an apartment with my mates. A group of 15 of us went together. So much fun and frivolity. I was underage but so were most of the group.
I'm pleased my folks trusted me enough to go.
16-05-2016 11:26 #14
There is a common theme here about getting outside your comfort zone
16-05-2016 12:00 #15
Mine was just recent, having my gastric sleeve surgery. Since having the surgery and losing weight I am more confident and don't want to not be noticed anymore so I have had the courage to get more wild hair styles, bigger tattoos and funkier clothes. My surgery has helped me find me and I am finally becoming happy
16-05-2016 12:04 #16
Spending 2 yrs traveling with dh and friends before having kids. I'm so thankful we got to experience that before (unexpectedly) falling pregnant with ds1.
16-05-2016 12:39 #17
Subbing.. I'm going to have a think, hopefully come back and reply..
16-05-2016 12:43 #18
Finishing my phd
Travelling through France and Italy with dh
Random weekends away with a close group of friends during Uni.
16-05-2016 12:57 #19
Living in Italy for 6 months. I'd do it again in a heartbeat.
16-05-2016 13:11 #20Member
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Becoming a single mum, as silly as it sounds. Learning that no matter what my kids come first and I can do it all if needed. I learnt so much about myself and the world as I was still in my early 20's.
Knowing that I can still do it all.
I am so bloody proud of myself but now I'm in a committed relationship and we have kids I am starting to learn how to ask for help not be so independent and rely on him a little bit
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