Dating advice for thirty somethings
Rather than hating it and pitying yourself, recognise this is the crucible that will shape your future. If you can learn to be emotionally resilient, to make the best of a bad time and to not give up, you’ll have something that will serve you well your entire life – the ability to overcome hardship.Besides all of that, you can’t taste just how sweet success really is when you’ve never gone through any pain.Your 20s is the time, because you aren’t tied down with a spouse and kids.If you want to go heli skiing in Canada, go and do it! By the time I hit 30 I’d been to several countries overseas, served in the military, earned a bachelor’s and master’s degree, got a scuba diving licence, been bungee jumping out of a suspended cable car, surfed 15 foot waves, went snowboarding in Canada, trained with and been taught by Olympic judo champions, and that’s just what I can remember off the top of my head.
In a decade you’re going to be in the same place and if layoffs come, your head will be first on the chopping block.where 30 is considered the new 20, and how behind that leaves so many people when they do hit their 30s.Your 20s is the time when you can make big things happen, or you can waste them and end up way behind the 8 ball when you’re ready to settle down and get serious in your 30s.Experiences are what make life worth living, not material things.
If you have things you want to do or try, get out and do them!When you actually know a bit about skill acquisition and learning, however, you can really hack the process to pick things up far quicker than everyone else. Besides which, being good at things is an awesome part of life – you don’t want to make it to 30 and suck at everything.