Turning 30 years old is a milestone that plants a giant timestamp on your life. It makes you take stock of your choices and your regrets. It can be scary, but you don’t have to let it stop you. Here are some ways to enjoy your newfound adulthood and avoid living in fear.
Become A Full-Fledged Adult In Your 30s
The 30s are the years of personal growth, and it’s a great time to become a full-fledged adult. According to Cambridge University research, your brain undergoes significant changes after you turn 18 and continue throughout your first three decades. These changes help you become more responsible and make better financial decisions.
Change Your Life By Turning 30
One of the best things you can do when you are turning 30 is to try new things. New experiences can help you grow and change as a person. You can take a day trip to a new place or try out a new hobby. Day trips can be cheap and a great way to spend a day.
Most people have not figured out their lives by the time they reach their 30s. You may feel ashamed or guilty for not having done something you love by that age. But if you are determined and disciplined enough, you can make your life better.
Stop Living In Fear
One of the biggest fears for people approaching their 30th birthday is that they will be unable to meet their life goals. After all, in our society, we are meant to be married, have kids, and have a fulfilling careers. Not to mention, the pressure to have a bloody brilliant birthday party!
One way to deal with this fear is to decide that your dreams are more important than failing. Once you’ve decided to master your fears, you can live a life of joy and happiness. This is a mindset change that will require practice. Once you have made the decision to stop living in fear, you must practice making decisions based on your dreams. You can also start dating in your 30s.
It is natural to be afraid of getting older, but you don’t have to let that keep you from living your life to the fullest. Stop living in fear of turning thirty and make the best of it. The best way to start is by becoming a better person. For example, Hatti Rex, VICE UK’s social editor, says she doesn’t think about turning 30 anymore.
Make The Most Of One-On-One Time With Friends
Turning 30 is a time of reflection, and you’ll want to make the most of it. It’s a great chance to revisit old times with friends and make new memories. If you’re celebrating the milestone in person, follow these safety and health precautions.
First, be careful who you choose as a friend. Developing a close friendship is a process and requires a time investment. It takes between 50 and 200 hours of one-on-one time before you can call someone your friend. However, there are ways to accelerate the process and increase the chances of success.
Have A Baby
Although the reproductive years are the prime for pregnancy, it’s not necessarily easy to conceive at 30 years old. Your body’s ovaries are less able to produce as many eggs, and your ovulation may not be as regular as it was when you were younger. If you’re worried that your ovulation may be irregular, talk to your healthcare provider.
Older women also have lower egg quality, meaning they’re more likely to have chromosomal abnormalities during pregnancy. Healthcare providers will screen you for these during the first trimester. Additionally, women who are older are at an increased risk of developing chronic medical conditions that could interfere with pregnancy. For example, a woman who’s 35 years old is more likely to develop high blood pressure than a woman who’s 25 years old.
Turning 30 can be an exciting and scary time. After all, it means you’ve left the glory years of your 20s. This decade was all about finding yourself, exploring the world, and pursuing your dreams. It is also a time for fun and celebration, so make the most of it!