The 30s

the 30s

As a youth I had all these plans in my mind, milestones if you will, of things I’d achieve and do in my growing years. By the age of 30 you think you you’re going to have your shit together and basically know all the answers. Truth is, you don’t and I think the beauty is you never will know everything, but the fun part is figuring it out.

Obviously security is what makes us feel is most important but happiness is. You could own a mansion and live in utter misery or live in a 1 bed studio and be living the friggin life of Riley. I read something recently that put things into perspective, I’ve been thinking about things a little topsy turvy and I’m putting things I thought were important on the back burner while I enjoy life.

I’ve never had a holiday with a group of friends before so this year  (in a few weeks) I’m hoping to go to Ibiza and party my socks right off. I’ve never camped before and this year was my first proper festival so I’m hoping to combine the two this weekend for bank holiday. I’m so excited but also nervous as public toilets are my nemesis.

The point is don’t hold yourself back with milestones of expectation. Do things you’ve always wanted to, go tick them off that bucket list. Don’t sweat because big things will happen in time. I’m not saying blow your house deposit on a holiday but don’t be too hard on yourself. Happiness breeds happiness, picture yourself in that dream car, your own home, moving abroad, a family. Whatever you desire and truly want will manifest in the future but always keep that chin up.

the 30s

the 30s

the 30s

the 30s

the 30s

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  • Love that skirt ???? I’m 34 (yikes!) and I still don’t feel like I have the answers – this week I’ve become a homeowner and got engaged but inside I’m still about 15! Love your philosophy, I’d definitely like to tick some more things off my list x

    • CONGRATULATIONS!! i about the engagement, that’s wonderful news. I still feel like a teen too to be fair. We’re off to a festival so that’s another thing ticked off 🙂 don’t worry I’m 32 so right behind you haha xx

  • Reading this post seems to have come at the perfect time for me – I too always thought that life would be set by the time I hit my 30s, but it’s only this year that I seem to have started doing something that I truly love and enjoy and that I always dreamt of doing when I was younger.

    Time to step up and make something of myself!

    Emma | HarmonyBlaze.blogspot.co.uk

    • I have no idea why my reply didn’t show, sorry about that! I think there’s a lot of pressure and things can change at any time.It’s great that you have found something you love xx