Your wellbeing is something that shouldn’t be taken for granted. It is easy to ignore some of the parts of your life that are having a detrimental effect on your physical and mental health, but we are going to address those issues here. The idea is to make sure you are getting the most out of your life whether that is in your personal time at home or through your working life. There are options open to you in both, so let’s take a look at how you can lead a happier and healthier life.
When I was a little girl and met someone who was over 20 years old, I was thinking: “wow, they are so cool and important”. I always wanted to be an adult. Everyone was telling me that once I am, I would want to go back to my childhood.
Here I am, I’m 30 years old and I couldn’t be happier. The only thing is that my picture of being an adult from my early age got very different. I still feel like I’m 20 something. Maybe it is true when people say that 30 is the new 20 :).
Nevertheless, I would like to share with you my 30 thoughts on turning 30:
Getting an education is possible at any age, and yet many adults put off their dreams of returning to school to get the qualifications they need. With so many flexible ways to study nowadays, there’s no reason to give up on education. Here are just some of the excuses that people come up with and why you should never let these excuses get in the way of your dreams.
We all need some self-confidence at some point and if I ask you, if you are confident, a few of you would answer “yes” to this question. The good news, for the rest of you, is that it is a skill that anyone can learn.
Here’s my advice how you teach yourself to be more confident (always keep in mind: do not give up)! 🙂 :