Our lives keep changing immensely as we grow old and there are lot of things that we miss out due to lack of planning. We often reluctant to prioritize things. While we survive our 20s in shaping out our career and figuring out what exactly we want to be, the post 30 phase seems to be more difficult as one has to grow more responsible and take life a little more serious.
Here are ten things to do before you turn thirty (30);
1. Splurge on something expensive that you have always desired.
2. Learn to get organized.
3. Find that one friend who will stick to you, no matter what.
4. Fundraise for a cause and volunteer for a change.
5. Stop having regrets for the things you missed.
6. Start writing about the good things in life.
7. Learn the value of physical intimacy.
8. Strengthen your political awareness.
9. Stop leaving for Social Media.
10. Be at peace with your self.
Before turning age 30 apply all these to your life for a better time. Thanks for viewing.
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