To every 20s girl out there dreading her 30s, I've got some good piece of advice. 24 things you should keep in mind to have an awesome blossom 30s.
There will be lists of things to do. But what matters most are those that demand your focus.
It is necessary to get out of your comfort zone and explore the world around you. Shutting people, events and experiences out will make you regret it big time in the future.
Don't cry over heartbreaks. Don't think there was only one prince charming and you let him slip away. Boys will come and go. But your chance to make the best out of today might not come every day.
The first piece of advice every mother gives her daughter when she grows up is: not to get tied down by another man. Don't let him pull the strings. You are not his puppet doll. You are not his play toy.
Make good connections. Build a good network of people you can access for work and social purposes.
Being way too nice will make people trample down on you.
Everyone wants a huge gang of friends who own the cafeteria. But it is better to have friends who will stand by you when you are broke, rather than friends who dress in bling and pose for a fake candid just because good looks matter them and money.
You come first. Always say that to yourself. Make it your mantra.
The longer you keep your voice shut in, the weaker you'll become. The weaker you become, the more people think they have a hold on you.
Staying with strangers, you give you a feel of the outside world. They will tough to handle. Best friends for life. A barking stray dog might seem more compatible than your roommate, but that's how you learn how to adjust.
It might kill you, so what? A regret of not doing things you always wanted to is worse than anything else in the world.
True love is hard to find. Don't give up on people who love you. You need them. They are not only your personal cheerleaders but the human size teddy bears you need in your life.
The more you stress, the lesser you think. You can't complain there isn't enough time to do and that. You can't outrun the ticking clock. But you can make the best of the minutes on your watch.
Working harder than the friends who party all night, you ensure you a lifetime of relaxation and partying.
Just because you are earning, it doesn't mean you have to go around spending
Don't become a cheap skate. Learn to save a little every day.
Build a future for yourself. fulfill your dreams. Don't get stuck fulfilling wife-y duties.
If you really want it and not only because you are being pressurized, then go ahead and get out of Single-ville.
You are nobody's servant. Don't let people treat you like one.
You are born to be a boss. That's your new mantra.
You can never be prepared for such kinds of things. They are a part of life.
What doesn't kill you makes you stronger - Kelly Clarkson. Listen to the song for inspiration.
Crying isn't a sign of weakness. It is a sign of emotion and that you are capable to feel.
Keeping anger, sadness, stress and all other emotions bottled up inside is not good for health. let it go.
People say learn from other's mistakes. But I think you should make your own. That way, you get hands-on experience.
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