Episode 89: 30x30
We are on our way out of our twenties, with only one year remaining. As usual, we take some time to reflect on this decade and project how it is propelling us into our next one.
Recap your twenty eight year. What was one high? What was one low?
The countdown to thirty-- What is the most significant lesson or realization of your twenties that you will use to guide you through the last 365 days of this decade.
What is one thing of significance that you hope to achieve before you reach your 30th year?
What pressures are you under in approaching your 30th year?
Twenty Something Twenty Everything
What is one lesson that you’ve learned later in your twenties that you wish your would’ve learned earlier on?
What are your the values and how are you going to allow them to guide you here on out?
Who are you?
30 Myth Busters
People love giving us twenty-somethings advice on every aspect of our lives. Which of these are you holding onto and which of these are you tossing to the way side?
Quit the day job you hate even if you don’t have a back up plan.
Dine alone at a restaurant (especially without a book or tablet.)
Start up a business.
Mentor or Volunteer.
Pay off your student debt.
Learn a second language.
Learn how to drive.
Live with a family in another country.
[Taken From: 30 Things To DO Before You Turn 30 ]
Date someone who isn’t your type.
Start your 401(k).
Stop holding grudges.
Set a reading goal.
Overcome a fear.
Be the first person to apologize.
Forgive yourself for mistakes.
Learn how to cook.
Pay it forward.
Pick a cause and be passionate about it.
Work a menial job.
Make a list of 40 things before you turn 40.
[Taken From: 30 Things To Do Before You Reach 30]
Have something to look back on.
Take your cooking skills to the next level.
Be part of history.
Take an impulsive weekend away with your bestie.
[Taken From: 30 Things To Do Before We Turn Thirty]
Experience a sunset from somewhere new.
Find someone to rely on.
Know what you want from your relationship.
Count your age by friends, not years. Count your life by smiles, not tears. - John Lennon
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