5 Investments To Make During Your Mid-20’s (That Aren’t Money Related)

Due to widespread financial literacy, young adults of today are well aware that the best time to invest is NOW. Studies show that they are spending on investments more than ever, with percentages rising year after year. This is thanks to social media accounts (such as The Bright Millennial) that are bringing relatable financial advice on a layman level. With this strong focus on financial investments, we may miss out on a lot of other worthwhile investments we could be making during the peak of our early lives. Here are the 5 non-money related investments you need to make during your mid-20s.



5 Investments to Make During your Mid-20s
5 Investments to Make During your Mid-20s.

1. Invest in Quality Pieces of Clothing

Clothes do not make the person, however, it does have a large input in the way other people perceive us. Investing in some basic key pieces in your wardrobe is beneficial. It doesn’t mean you have to throw away your entire life savings to buy a new trendy outfit, but a timeless piece with great quality will prove to be worth the purchase. Just be sure to tailor fit what you buy depending on your needs and what you can actually incorporate in your daily life. Work in an office? Get a nice suit or a blazer. 

5 Investments to Make During your Mid-20s
Your skin deserves some investment too!

2. Invest in Taking Care of Your Skin

Your mid-20s is the perfect time to start taking care of your skin. By this time, signs of the early stages of skin aging are starting to manifest. Your youthful glow, starting to fade. To keep your skin mum from revealing your true age as you grow older, work on showing it some love today. Provide it with much needed hydration. Find out what works for you and what doesn’t. Use eye cream. Wear SPF. Invest on your skin during your mid-20s, trust me, your older self will thank you for it.

5 Investments to Make During your Mid-20s
Invest in Traveling during your Mid-20s.

3. Invest in Traveling

       St. Augustine said “The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page”. The world is huge. This means that your life was not intended to be lived inside a little bubble called your comfort zone. Travel changes you in a way only it can. It can widen your perspective and change how you view the world. You can grow a deeper appreciation for different cultures, thus developing how you understand and empathize with other people. It will give you experiences you will never forget, and you’ll always have a fantastic story to tell. At your mid-20s, you are in the best possible place in your life to travel. You have the income to support it, the adventure seeking enthusiasm to encourage it, the freedom to actually do it and lastly, the energy to survive it. Travel now or you’ll regret later. 

4. Invest in Your Relationships

       It may come as a surprise but the key to a long and fulfilling life is not money, fame nor success. Studies suggest that to live a satisfying life, you must have good relationships with other people. Researcher George Vaillant, when asked what he had learned from the study, responded “The only thing that really matters in life are your relationships to other people”. So invest on your relationships. Build strong connections with your family, friends and the community. Isolating yourself from others could lead to loneliness in the future.

You are the best investment you can make during your mid-20s.

5. Invest in Yourself

With your stress induced days on top of other priorities, you tend to forget about ourselves. All that’s running on your mind is work, responsibilities, bills, work, did I mention work? Investing in yourself is more important than you think. It unconsciously reaffirms ourselves that we are worth spending money on and that we believe in our own abilities. Allot money to spend on things you enjoy and things you want to achieve. Invest time in developing your talents and skills. Want to get a Master’s Degree? Go for it. Love cooking? Enroll in a cooking class. Want to be fit? Join a gym. There are always more ways to self-improvement and to be the best version of yourself. Remember that the best investment you can make in your life is YOU. Invest in you, if you won’t, no one else will. 

 Investing in money during your mid-20s is great but there are other things in life that are worth investing on too. Invest wisely! 




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