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20s are spent enjoying the first job, the first paycheck with parties, outings and a little indulgence. While all this is essential, now’s the time to start saving your hard-earned money. If marriage is on your mind, start saving for the wedding, honeymoon and your future together.
Move and live in a city other than the one you grew up in. After turning 30, you are too tied down to pick up everything and move somewhere new. Everyone should do it for at least a year, and the chances that you will do it after 30 are pretty slim.
The chance to develop good eating and exercise habits is here and you must seize it. The human body seems indestructible when you are young, but reality sets in the older you get. Remember the good old days of hangover-free weekends after a night of drinking?
TC46’s very own Yashna Kapasi, who recently turned 29, shared some wisdom, “I am definitely feeling nervous about turning 30. You are expected to know certain things, do certain things and be certain things. Even though the world now has a refreshing outlook,
Whether it’s travelling the world post-pandemic or diving head-first into a sport, adventures can mean different things to different people. The key is to challenge yourself to a new experience and incorporate change that can bring you joy
If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that a person with a hobby is most likely to spend their time wisely. Whether you have been wanting to learn how to paint for years or into a new trend of DIY jewellery-making, there’s nothing you can’t pick up at 30
Growing in Indian society and culture can condition you to think about other people and their opinions rather than what makes you happy. Women, especially, are prone to taking into consideration 100 things before they think about themselves.
“Indians, more often than not, are forced to respect people because of their age, stature, place in society and more. Many times, this and a ton of other influences erase your personal boundaries and people can become invasive.
There is no rulebook for life, despite what society tells you. The pressure to do certain things at a certain age or achieve gender-specific goals is not at all valid. There is no competition in life and you will learn this at 30.
Try something unconventional, experiment with life and with yourself. You are at the age where you can break with tradition while being mature enough to deal with the results. Whether it’s sexual curiosity or lifestyle curiosity, go ahead with the idea
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