It’s normal for teens to think that people in their 30s are ancient. And then, people often spend their 20s in fear — fear of missing a cool job, fear that some stupid things they did in their 20s would end up haunting them in their 30s, and so much more. Well, there’s absolutely nothing to fear in your 30s because your 30s are the new 20s, and here’s why:
You have more knowledge about everything
As an adult in your 20s, you’re still trying to find yourself. Everyone feels this way in their 20s, and some even do in their 30s and beyond. Here’s the thing – in your 20s, you’re still young, fresh out of college, and are looking for the right job and lifestyle that suits you. Your twenties are for making a few mistakes here and there as you figure out things. When you finally hit your 30s, you’ll have had a pretty good life experience. You’ll have had plenty of failed relationships as well as successful ones.
Again, you’ll have had all sorts of job experiences – both good and bad experiences for that matter. And, all that experience will add up when you apply for that awesome job which requires years of experience. No one would allow you to apply for that position when you were a fresh graduate!
You have a little more cash to spend
Now, you’ve applied for that awesome position that you couldn’t get in your 20s. You’ve landed that splendid job with a salary that goes further than just paying the bills. That means you actually have money to spend, unlike when you were in your 20s.
What’s more, life has already taught you everything there is to know about budgeting. You can now figure out how to afford a decent car, a new pair of shoes, and even a bottle of wine. Life begins to become more enjoyable than ever!
The party continues
There’s this stereotype that once you hit your 30s, the party has to stop. People think of their 20s as the only party years, where folks spend night-outs engaging in all sorts of demonic shenanigans. However, there is no need for the partying to stop, because now you have a little more money to spend in your 30s— and you know how to budget, too. You also know what you enjoy and what you don’t, so you’ll be able to have more fun without worrying about what other people think.
You look your best
The right age to look your best is 30. This is the time when you’re young enough to look marvelous and not old enough to look old. Those in their 30s know all the things that work for them, whether it’s clothes or shoes. In our 20s, we try all sorts of weird looks to achieve a creative expression. But in our 30s, we know our body as well as what works for our figure. If you used to work out in your 20s, then hitting the gym in your 30s will make you stronger than ever!