The responsibilities are bigger, but mentoring someone younger can also be super rewarding (and duh, it's awesome when you can pass off some of your busy work).
Another work perk of your late 20s: It’s way easier to email people whose work you admire, and they don’t automatically get annoyed by some college kid wanting to "pick their brain." You’re at the point when people are not only willing to meet you, but they’re more than likely interested in your work as well.
No one ever talks about how excited they are to turn 28 or 29; there’s even an alleged curse on age 27 because a surprising number of celebrities die at that age.
Maybe you can’t wait to hit that age where it makes sense to settle down with a spouse, 2.5 kids, and a house in the suburbs surrounded by a white picket fence. But there are plenty of perks to take advantage of between 25 and 30 that we don’t discuss enough.
Research indicates that the frontal lobes, which manage impulse control and planning, are the last areas of the brain to develop. Jager bombs.) Now you’re better at making the right choices for the long run rather than the short term.
make you sicker, so you stick to wine (or vice-versa).
Plus, your late 20s are a win-win: You’re still young enough for stores like H&M or Forever21, but you also know it's smart to invest in some nicer clothes that’ll last longer than three washes.
I know, weddings can be crazy expensive (refer to No.