Things You Will Regret In Your 30’s

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Work As Your Priority
If work ever becomes your first priority, no matter what you will regret it. Cherish and value those friendships with the people that you love. Those are the moments that that money and status can’t beat.

Being Scared Of Taking Chances
It’s okay to be cautious, but also remember to not play it safe and live a little.

Caring Too Much About What Others Think
We are all guilty of this at some point in our lives, but especially at this age. It doesn’t matter what people think about you as long as you have the ones you cherish by your side. Be yourself and stop investing time and energy on caring about what people who don’t mean anything to you are thinking. Your loved ones will value you for you.

Being Around Negativity
The older you get doesn’t mean that people will start maturing and leave the negativity. Negative people will continue to bring you down if you keep allowing yourself to be around it. Look out for the people who don’t make you feel good about yourself and start to weed them out. It is important to re-evaluate those kinds of friendships. You should also try your hardest to spend less time on negative thoughts and issues that you have no control over.

Not Spending Enough Time With Your Parents
While you are young enough to actively participate in your parents lives, do it! Once your parents age, the simple things that you can do when them when you are young become seemingly harder to come by. So don’t waste time wasting time!

Not Putting Yourself First
If you are one to put everyone else before yourself, you need to stop that! Once you take time to work on putting yourself first, everything else will fall right into place.

Taking Care Of Your Body
It is common that women in their 30’s regret that they did not take care of their bodies Your health is crucial and if you begin smart and healthy habits when you are younger, those habits will stick with you till old age. If you tend to pick up bad habits, it gets continuously harder to drop those habits and it will catch up to you in the future.

Not Saving or Investing Enough
This is also another huge regret that women have in their 30’s. I can’t emphasize how crucial it is to save and invest at a young age. If you begin earlier, you will be reaping far bigger rewards by the time you are retired. Never stop saving and investing!

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