In another few months I’m turning 29 and next year I would turn 30.
Amidst of all the nuisances which are going in my life, I’m just taking some time to think what all have crossed in my 30 years of life. More, importantly, what all I have achieved and how much time I have wasted so far, without doing nothing. What all I could have done to become more successful, so much money I’ve spent on unnecessary things?
And all I wanted to do was achieve my TODOTHINGS before 30 but it’s too late.
I might have right now earning certain amount of salary, been to couple of countries for a vacation, buy a car, buy a property and a house and has some investments for myself but certainly I could have still done more, both personally and professional I mean basically I’d been settled right now—well, so turning 30 very soon, gets me sick.
Of course, it is not the end of the world, but yet some things are gone they won’t come back most importantly TIME.
Well, we all plans our lives to live with of full of dreams and desires. Starting from school, we wanted to become something, and then in college we realize that’s not working out and change our decision and post college, we land in some job where we tend to compromise and then start to be happy with whatever we have—well, as far as I’ve considered, I’ve set a small goals, I mean small time goals for myself (5 year plan) 20-25/25-30 and I’ve achieved most of it though.
But sometimes it doesn’t always turn out to be same as you wanted, right??? What happens to us when we get older and older, we tend to forgo few things and then try to compromise or adjust in life. Just accept the failure and live with it. But sometimes we just tend to compare ourselves with others and still tend to get more disappointed. Just because we didn’t end up buying a luxury car, or don’t have enough bank balance or just because we didn’t become rich like our friends, we think we have become less successful.
Apparently, we have to realize everyone has different paths and everyone are meant for different journey. Not everyone wants to live like us. The honest fact is sometimes someone’s journey is long and someones journey is shorter but at the end everyone has to reach their destiny. The only question is, how many of you really have everything you want by 30?
As far as professionally concerned, I’m sure most of them decide their future, I mean at least have an idea so that is DONE.
Coming to love life, some of them are already married and some of them have kids already but some of them at 30 are still SINGLE.
Life is just a journey not a destination—you have to enjoy the journey maximum, some journeys are short and some of them are longer, but make the most of it.