I'm 24 and I'm trying to figure out how I can retire by 30.
Try Amway/Quixtar. Your wildest dreams will come true and you'll retire by 30! However, you'll have to quit watching raunchy comedies, drinking, and spending time around people who aren't in it, unless you're trying to sell them $3 cans energy drinks at family reunions.
Seriously though, just start selling (but not using) drugs.
In 1984, I was hospitalized for approaching perfection.
Before I begin I'm a person that after your 21st birthday that most B-day's in the future become just another day. However tomorrow I leave the 20's behind as I will turn 30. I know that this is life you get older, but not sure how to feel about this milestone. Curious on others who have reached this age felt, and how did you celebrate? I hope 30's are as good as the 20's. Already got the best present ever from the FB team. Going out Friday to really celebrate and then Sat. going to the Jack to watch us beat the Jayhawks.
To me 30 wasn't all that big of a deal. I will be 32 in November and as a person I still feel the same as I did when I was 21. To me it is all just how you feel as a person. I don't feel older but I have a lot more responsibilities than I did at 21, but that also means that you are doing things right in life.
I wouldn't trade where I'm at for anything in the world. Sure I loved being 21 and in college but I love where I'm at right now. What's not to like, I have two great kids, a hot wife, make a great living, have a sweet fishing boat, and just bought my wife the house of her dreams. Not trying to brag about what I have in life just saying that these things only happen to you as you age and progress and move forward in your life. When I was 21 I would dream about having my own house, boat, etc and what it would be like. Now I have all of those things and love every second of it.
So far my 30's are turning out to be the best ones yet. I'm hoping my 40's and 50's continue that trend. Age is only a number, all that matters is that you are comfortable with who you are and where you are in life and that you are happy.
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