You will find out who your real friends are
In your 20s, you are still finding yourself and figuring out who you are and what you want in life. Your 30s are a time when you really start to come into your own. You learn from your mistakes, become more wise and mature, and start to care less about what other people think of you. These years are also when you find out who your true friends are.
You will realize that not everyone in your life is meant to be a friend, and that's okay. You will find out that you don't need a lot of friends to be happy, and that it's okay to be alone sometimes. These things can be difficult to accept at first, but ultimately they will make you a stronger and happier person.
True friends are the ones who stick by you through thick and thin. They are the ones who know all of your secrets and love you anyway. They are the ones who make you laugh when you feel like crying. True friends are hard to find, but they are worth holding on to.
In your 30s, you will learn who your true friends are, and you will be grateful for them. You will also realize that not everyone in your life is meant to be a friend, and that's okay. You will find out that you don't need a lot of friends to be happy, and that it's okay to be alone sometimes.
You will learn that it’s okay to be alone
In your 30s, you will learn that it's okay to be alone. You don't need to be in a relationship to be happy. This doesn't mean you're necessarily lonely. It means you're independent and self-sufficient. You don't need someone else to complete you. Being single doesn't mean there's something wrong with you. It just means you're not in a relationship right now. And that's okay.
In your 30s, you will also learn that not everyone in your life needs to be a friend. It's okay to have Acquaintances and people who are just casual friends. You don't need to force yourself to be close to someone just because you see them every day. Not everyone needs or wants to be your best friend. And that's okay too.
You will also learn that it's okay to say no sometimes. You don't always have to say yes just because someone asks you to do something. If you're not interested in doing something, or if you don't have the time, it's perfectly fine to say no. In fact, it's better to say no than to halfheartedly do something just because you feel like you should.
Learning that it's okay to be alone, that not everyone needs to be your friend, and that it's okay to say no are all important lessons that will help you in your 30s. These things will make you happier and more content with your life.
You will learn to love yourself
You will learn to love yourself in your 30s. You will come to appreciate your own company, and you will learn to be comfortable in your own skin. You will also learn to accept yourself, flaws and all.
In your 20s, you might have spent a lot of time comparing yourself to others and feeling like you didn't measure up. In your 30s, you will start to care less about what other people think of you and focus more on what makes you happy. This newfound confidence and assertiveness will lead you to be less likely to compare yourself to others.
One of the best things about getting older is that you start to become more comfortable in your own skin. You know what you like and don't like, and you are okay with who you are. This self-acceptance is a major key to happiness and contentment.
In addition to becoming more comfortable with yourself, you will also learn to love your own company. Spending time alone can be really enjoyable, especially if you take the time to do things that make you happy. When you learn to enjoy your own company, it becomes much easier to say no to things that you don't want to do or people that you don't want to spend time with.
Learning to love yourself is an important part of growing up, and it's something that will bring you a lot of happiness in your 30s.
You will learn that life is unpredictable
You will learn that life is unpredictable and that you will face many challenges in your 30s. You will learn that people you love will die, you will get sick, and you will make friends with people who later turn out to be not so great. You will also lose touch with people who were once important to you. Your plans will fall through and things will not go the way you want them to.
All of these things are difficult to accept, but they are a natural part of life. Learning to accept the things that you cannot control is an important lesson to learn in your 30s. This lesson can be difficult, but it is essential for your happiness and contentment.
Another thing you will learn in your 30s is that life is precious and should not be taken for granted. You will start to appreciate the little things more and realize that time is precious. You will also become more patient and learn to slow down and enjoy the moment. These things can be difficult to accept at first, but ultimately they will make you a happier and more content person.
You will learn that happiness comes from within
Your 20s are a time when you might make some impulsive decisions that you later regretted. These decisions can teach you valuable lessons about taking risks and thinking things through before acting. Your accomplishments from your 20s can also show you what you are capable of achieving and give you the confidence to take on bigger challenges in your 30s. Looking back on the past decade, it's amazing how far you have come both personally and professionally. 10 years ago, you were probably just starting out in your career and still finding yourself. Now, you are more established and confident in who you are and what you want in life. This growth is something to be celebrated as you enter into your 30s.
In your 30s, you will care less about what others think of you, be more comfortable in your own skin, and learn to trust your own judgement. You will also become more patient and less impulsive, and learn to slow down and appreciate the little things in life. These things will help you live in the present and make the most of every moment.
One of the most important things that you will learn in your 30s is that happiness comes from within. You will come to realize that YOU are in control of your own happiness, and that happiness is a state of mind, not a destination. It is important to learn this lesson because it means that no matter what happens in your life, YOU have the power to choose how you react to it and how it affects