what about life after 30?

India
March 1, 2011 12:04am CST
Dear Friends, i just want know how it feels after 30 years of our life ? where should we focus? where is that zeal, enthusiasm , courage and enjoyment every movement/ i just want to through a discussion for few linked people who always find new ways of keeping them alive . thanks
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11 responses
@jonnifc (1021)
• Philippines
1 Mar 11
I'm 33 and I don't feel any different as when I was in my late 20's. Priorities are still "how to provide for and my family", "how to keep a job or career", "how to have balance fun and work". But some things like eating healthier and saving for the future are more important now. But your energy is still the same so you can still do the same things you used to do. You've got more responsibilities, though, especially if you have your own family already. You get inspiration to live to the fullest from the people who are close to you.
• India
1 Mar 11
Its good your family supports you morally to go further but iam talking personal traits , achievements and mental satisfaction , which we use to get on doing a exiting work , initiative well inplemented like wise?
@jonnifc (1021)
• Philippines
1 Mar 11
When you're 30, you're at the prime of your life. You are old enough to do what you please and you have the money to support it. You look at all the possible things that you can do with your time. That's something to be excited about. Hopefully, by the time you are 30, you have pretty much matured. That you won't be impulsive and do things without thinking. You are old enough to sensibly enjoy everything that you do.
@lilaclady (28240)
• Australia
1 Mar 11
I look at it that as we get older we become more comfortable in our own skins. we feel more secure within ourselves becaue we are wiser, because every day we learn so I would say life begins at 30 as we see life through different eyes.
@nishant5n (1067)
• India
1 Mar 11
Hi Lilaclady, Well said, life begins after 30, but a life with full 30 years less!
• Germany
1 Mar 11
I agree
@dknkyle (447)
• Singapore
2 Mar 11
For single guys, probably will be marriage. Reason is because the best age for guys to get marry is between 30 to 35, whereby they are more mature with a stable career and income. Married guys will start planning for having kids with their wives. As for women, single ones will probably think of marriage and those who are married would probably think of having kids.
• India
2 Mar 11
being practical is good but sometimes self satisfaction creates some loops in mind
@junrapmian (2170)
• Philippines
2 Mar 11
I am on my late forties and sometimes I feel like I am sixteen and younger. But I know that I am more secure and sure of my feelings than that when I was younger. Although we have different priorities as we get older, our bodies might not be as stronger as before but still sometimes we think that it is only the mind that aged and not the feelings.
@AKRao24 (21212)
• India
2 Mar 11
On the contrary I would say it is only the physical body that becomesaged but by feelings and brain one remains same as he/she was younger dear Jurapmian! Thanks !
@hcp_nj (109)
• India
1 Mar 11
nothing just live as it can be. Man is so busy in their routine that they cannot fulfill their all dreams.
• India
2 Mar 11
not exactly
• Philippines
1 Mar 11
I am quite wondering the same thing too. I'm in my mid-twenties right now and will soon be turning 27 this year, almost near late-twenties and I keep on wondering what would I achieve by the time I turn 30. A friend told me though that usually, a woman is at her best when she gets to be 30 years old. They say that's the age when women have their highest self-esteem. I'm not sure with men though.
• India
2 Mar 11
good one , but we need understand what our prioritizes are and level of satisfaction while doing any work
@dreamnishu (1253)
• China
1 Mar 11
hello friend! i am now 21 and a student of MBBS.after 31 i think i will be a great doctor i really want to focus on my career it is my dream.i want to help people and try to do something for poor and abnormal people.i like to enjoy my life with family and friends.i really want this. thanks a lot.
@nishant5n (1067)
• India
1 Mar 11
"Great doctor" that's nice attitude, I like it very much...Keep up the good work. Anyways, which specialty you will choose? I believe till then your MS will be completed, right?
@staria (2782)
• Philippines
1 Mar 11
I am not yet 30 but I'm getting there and I really do not know how I will react to this change. Though I really cant do anything about it, and as life just goes on I really think that it will not bring as much change in my life now. I feel excited, quite sad that I'll be out of the calendar days and quite scared. I think that whatever age we are in the most important thing is that we mature as a person, we learn in life. And that's what really matters
• India
1 Mar 11
good one , but these all things are also important bcoz satisfaction has its wide definition.
@amirev777 (2822)
• India
1 Mar 11
Hi They say you are as old as you think, so if you go by the saying, there's nothing to worry about crossing 30. But the truth is that your body certainly goes into a decline after 30, you dont have the same strength and stamina that you had in your twenties. Even your libido and zeal goes into decline. So there's nothing much you can do - aging is a natural process and we must accept it as a part of our life.
@nishant5n (1067)
• India
1 Mar 11
Hello Dear Vishal, Welcome to myLot! Really, it is a very good discussion to start with here at myLot. After 30, Life ROCKS! You have been into your profession or business for quite some time and now have earned and probably have some capital in hand. I'm thinking about starting my own business after 30. We have good experience after 30. Our friends are now our family. Our relationships have become stronger. We have some social status. Life after 30, I am not worried at all if will be still able to go into clubs, discotheque, game parlors, etc. I will go as usual. I have heard that people think it will be a bit concerning as the majority of the public there will be below 30, and those youngsters will definitely say something about their elder companions. What they will say, I think they will just appreciate our enthusiasm. So, life after 30 is an opportunity -- We have gained experience, money, relationships, friends, social status, and much more. It is the time now to step forward from there and focus further on higher goals and opportunities.
@gloryacam (5546)
• Philippines
1 Mar 11
Life at 30 rocks. I do the things that I couldn't in the 20's because I had less money, and things that I may not be able to do in the 40's or 50's because I might be too...old? So yeah, I'm pretty much enjoying the moment.