How thirties became the new twenties

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When you are a child, birthdays are a lot of fun. It means you are finally getting somewhere close to being an adult and of course, the presents are the icing on the cake. It is a day where everyone makes a fuss about you, cooking your favorite dishes, setting up parties, and you receive dozens of gifts from friends and family members. Being an adult, however, changes your perspective about birthdays. As you grow older, you want people to stop making a fuss about your birthday. The reason is simple. Every birthday is a reminder that you are getting older.

Your 30s might sound like some of the hardest years in your life. It is the phase where you start feeling tired and fatigued and seem to have lost the vitality you used to have in your 20s. You are more stressed, more tired, and just want to crawl into bed at night.

The thing is, no matter what your actual age is, you age as your mind ages. A lot of how you perceive yourself at certain ages depends on how you think about yourself during that phase. Someone who chooses to be energetic and active in their 30s is definitely going to feel a lot younger than people of the same age who tend to think that they are growing old. Haven’t you heard? The 30s are the new 20s. How did this come about? Take a look below.

Your finances start getting better

Everyone knows that your 20s is the time when you are broke and scraping past life with the little money you make. It is the time when you are struggling to find your niche in this world Once you are in your 30s, you have found your way. You have established yourself and you have a good job. Most of your financial woes are almost over and you can think about enjoying your life a little, something that was probably too costly during your 20s.

You have the freedom to explore the world

Once your money worries are put to rest, you have the liberty to make good use of your finances. You are able to put aside a nest egg that you can later use to travel the world. Everyone has this dream of traveling the world in their 20s. Well, you 30s is when you can actually achieve that dream.

Your social life improves

With increasing stability, your social life starts to improve as well. The friends you made in your 20s have probably moved to different places in search of new lives. The 30s is the time when you start to settle. You start to make friends in the workplace, near your home, and so on. In addition, the wisdom of your age helps you to distinguish between people and helps you to make good choices when it comes to making friends.

You start to accept life as it is

Your 20s is a time for rebellion and a lack of acceptance. You tend to be hot-blooded with a very strict perspective of how the world should be. By the time you reach your 30s, you are able to relax your view of the world and accept people for who they are. This helps you get along better in life, and enjoy each day as it is.

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