I definitely had a quarter-life crisis of sorts in realizing that I'm not as far a long as where I thought I would be in life. I'm not on any fancy 30 under 30 lists, I don't have the thriving social circle you see young adults have in the movies. But really, you spend the first 25 years of your life just learning how to be an adult.
There is so much pressure to be successful and thriving, but you have to go easy on yourself. I just graduated at 22, so I've only been full-time adulting for 3 years. And really, it takes 5-10 years to really get good at something. I have to remind myself to be patient - and that there are still over 50 years of adulthood to go. You have time.