How I’m Feeling About Turning Thirty

How I am Feeling About Turning Thirty

The big 3-0. It’s a milestone that comes with a lot of baggage. For some, it’s a time to reflect on how far they’ve come and all they’ve accomplished. For others, it’s a reminder of everything they haven’t accomplished yet. I fall somewhere in the middle. I’m proud of what I’ve done so far, but I can’t help but feel like I’m just getting started. Turning thirty is a strange feeling

Well, I’m not going to lie, I’m feeling pretty good about turning thirty. I know a lot of people get anxious about entering a new decade, but for me, it feels like a time to celebrate. I’ve accomplished a lot in my twenties and I’m ready to take on whatever the next ten years have in store. Bring it on.

In just a few months, I’ll be thirty years old. It’s hard to believe that so much time has passed since I was born. I remember being a kid and thinking that thirty was so old. Now, I don’t feel that way at all. In fact, I’m looking forward to turning thirty. I feel like it’s going to be a great year. And so, I thought I would write about it. To document this moment in my life. 

How I Felt In My Twenties

In my twenties, I felt like I was on top of the world. I had just graduated from college and was embarking on my career. I was young, carefree and had no responsibilities. I felt like I could conquer anything I set my mind to. But then, life happened. I got laid off, my relationship ended and I was suddenly faced with adulting. It wasn’t all bad though. Through these tough times, I learned that I was stronger than I thought. 

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I was confident and optimistic about the future. I was full of energy and ready to take on anything. I was invincible. But then, reality started to set in. I realized that life wasn’t always going to be easy. I had to work hard for everything I wanted. And, sometimes, things didn’t go my way.

However, I also felt like I was in a bit of a limbo. I wasn’t quite sure what I wanted to do with my life or where I wanted to be in five years.

Perception of Thirty-Somethings

I’m a thirty-something and I remember what it was like to be in my twenties. I felt invincible and my twenties were a blur of exciting new experiences. Now, as a thirty-something, I have a different perspective.

I’m more settled and my priorities have shifted. I’m still young and active, but I also have a greater appreciation for life’s simple pleasures. I’m more comfortable in my own skin and I know who I am.

As a thirty-something myself, I’ve often wondered how others perceive people my age. Are we seen as being too old for some things and not experienced enough for others? Do people think we’re stuck in our ways or open to new opportunities?

I asked around and did some research to find out what the general perception of thirty-somethings is.

What I’m Looking Forward To

A lot of people dread turning thirty, but I’m actually looking forward to it. For me, it feels like a time to reflect on the past decade and set some goals for the next one. I’m not saying that I don’t have any concerns about getting older – of course I do. But overall, I’m feeling pretty good about it. Here’s why: 

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I’m not one for making a fuss over birthdays, but I have to say I’m looking forward to turning 30. It feels like a milestone – one that comes with a sense of accomplishment. 

After all, it’s not everyday you turn 30. For me, it’s a time to reflect on the past decade and set my sights on the next.

Here’s what I’m looking forward to when I turn 30: Here are a few things on my 30s bucket list.

  • First and foremost, I’m looking forward to finally feeling like a grown-up.
  • Second, I’m at a point in my career where I’m starting to feel more confident and competent. I’ve been working hard for years and it feels good to finally be in a position where my skills are being recognized.
  • As I approach my thirtieth birthday, I can’t help but reflect on my life so far. It feels like only yesterday that I was a carefree twenty-something, with my whole life ahead of me. Now, as I enter my third decade, I find myself feeling both excited and apprehensive about what the future holds.
  • Finally, On the one hand, I am excited to see what the next ten years will bring.

What I’m Nervous About

As I approach my 30th birthday, I can’t help but reflect on all of the things that I’m nervous about. Turning 30 is a big milestone and it comes with a lot of pressure. 

For me, it’s a time to reflect on my life so far and set some new goals for the future. It’s also a time to take stock of my relationships and figure out what I want in life. 

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Here are the things that I’m most nervous about as I turn 30.

  • First and foremost, I’m nervous about what the next decade will bring. Will I be able to accomplish all of the things that I want to? Will I be happy with where I’m at in 10 years?
  • Secondly, I worry about my career. Am I doing what I’m supposed to be doing? Will I ever find the right balance between work and life?

I’m also nervous about entering a new phase of life. 30 is a milestone birthday and it feels like everything is about to change. There are so many things that I still want to accomplish in my life and with each passing year, it feels like the clock is ticking louder and faster.

Conclusion: How It All Feels

When I was younger, I couldn’t wait to turn 30. It felt like such a milestone – an age that comes with a lot of pressure and where I would finally be considered an adult. Society tells us that we should have our lives figured out by now – we should be established in our careers, be in a long-term relationship or be on the path to starting a family. For many of us, though, that’s just not the reality. And that’s OK.

I am feeling pretty good about turning thirty. I have a great family and friends, a good job, and a comfortable life. I feel like I have accomplished a lot in my twenties and I am excited to see what the next decade has in store for me. I am looking forward to continuing to grow and learn, and to making the most of every opportunity that comes my way. Thanks for reading!

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