Study: Best, Most Important Memories Made Before Age 25

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Study: Best, Most Important Memories Made Before Age 25

A recent study on retirees found that most people make their most important or life-changing memories before age 25, with subjects listing life transitions such as marriage and having children as their most important moments in life. What do you think?

  • “Now I don’t feel so bad for doing jack shit after age 25.”

    Cory Deakin
    Snow Plower
  • “I’m purposely holding off loving people so I have something to look forward to.”

    Mikaela Lewis
    Barback
  • “Heather…”

    Jarrod Ellis
    Systems Analyst