7 Things Every 30 Something Needs To Do!

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When you hit your 30’s it can be all too easy to feel as though you haven’t done any of the things you set out to do. There is so much pressure to have bought a home, to have got married and to be thinking about a family that if you haven’t already done these things, you can start to feel as though you’re behind. In reality, that’s just not the case.

Everyone has their own milestones, their own timeline and their own pace. You just need to ensure you’re going at one that suits you.

To help you see that life doesn’t have to be a certain way at 30, here are some AMAZING things you should consider doing this year. If you don’t? That’s okay too.

– Have A Savings Account That You Add To Regularly

One of the best things you can do during your 30’s is to ensure you have a savings account that you add to regularly. Even if you’re not saving for anything in particular, putting a small amount of money away each month means that no matter what, you always have an emergency fund. Whether you spend it on a holiday or a house deposit, now that is completely up to you. For tips and tricks when it comes to saving, you can visit this site here.

– Be On The Right Path To Finding Your Dream Job

Although you don’t have to have found your dream job by the time you’re 30, getting on the right track is an incredibly satisfying feeling. Although some of the world’s most successful people didn’t realise what they wanted to do until well into their adulthood, feeling as though you’re in control of the career you want is something that could change your life forever. Whether it means going back to school or leaving your job to start your own business, you have to do what’s best for you.

– Have Friends And Family You Can Count On

As a 30-something you need to be sure you have friends and family you can count on. Throughout your 30 or so years you will have experienced people coming and going, so being sure on the people you want to stick around is important. Make sure you know you can trust them, giving you the best possible support system you could have.

– Travel As Much As Possible

Although this relies heavily on having money, travelling as much as you possibly can is one of the best things you can do throughout your thirties. Whether you have a 9-5 job and you have to focus on weekends away, or you can enjoy the luxury of months on the go at ones – travel really does enrich the mind and the soul. For a guide on travelling on a budget in your thirties, you can visit this site here.

– Have A Hobby You Enjoy

One of the hardest things to do is to find a hobby that you enjoy. Although you may have lots of little things that you enjoy doing, having a hobby that you’re devoted to can really change your life for the better. Think about all of the things you like, considering how they could become into a hobby that you dedicate your time to. Whether it’s writing a blog or joining a class, you will feel incredible every time you spend time on it.

– Write A Well-Thought-Out Will For Your Future

Although this is probably something you don’t want to think about, having a well-thought-out will for your future is something every thirty-something should have. It’s definitely not a pleasant thing to have to write, but knowing that you’re securing your families future is incredibly important. For more information, you can visit this site here: www.philipstrust.co.uk 

– Have A Sense Of Your Personal Style

Finally, as you go into your 30’s you should be thinking about what your personal style is. Whilst this does incorporate fashion to a certain sense, your personal style means everything that makes you, you! The movies you like, the places you love, the clothes you wear, the way you act, the words you say and the food you eat all make up your style. The best way to think of it is as a brand that people recognise and things that will remind them of you.

Are you struggling to get through your 30’s feeling happy and healthy? What changes can you make to your lifestyle? Let me know in the comments section below.

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