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10 Life Lessons You’ll Want to Learn Before Turning 30

Experience all that you can in your younger years. Travel with friends, make time for the ones you love and spend each day with happiness and gratefulness.

30 is not just a number but also a point of life where we may feel accomplished or feel led behind in some way.

We grow up in a society where it is defined that by 30 you should figure out everything in life whether it marriage, career, kids but, I would like to add that this is part of your life and you should decide what you want to excel in life before turning 30.

Here are 10 lessons everyone should learn before 30

1. Build Money Mindset

Having at least a few months of the bills’ worth dollars in our savings account would have been helpful for many of us this year.

great ways to spend your money a little wiser. Both apps give you cash back for buying and spending money on things like groceries and restaurant trips. Make it your top priority to pay down all of your debt as soon as possible. Keep an “emergency fund” there were tons of horror stories about people getting financially ruined by health issues, lawsuits, divorces, bad business deals, etc.

10 Best Books To Read For Better Financial Understanding

Learn how you can invest money and keep them automatic compounding and learn how you can make more than 4 passive sources of income. Invest your time in learning new things and apply them in a way the worth spending.

2. Take your responsibility

You get to meet many people in thirty years. I have learned that ephemeral friendships the ones that last one year, one week, or even one evening can be as transformational as long-term ones.

You cant give the charge of your happiness or life to someone else. You need to be your own life's main character.

3. Health is wealth

Taking care of your mental and physical health makes you both mentally and physically strong and capable of everything.

You have the strength to heal your wound and this makes you more and more mindful and grateful for everything you have most importantly this is the best way to understand and know where and what needs to be taken care of.

I’m a huge advocate for taking better care of our mental health. In my case, this has always started with taking better care of my body.