13 Things Every Smart Woman Should Do Before She Turns 30

Hot damn! Being 30 years old sounds like such a big number, but it won’t feel like a huge load in your mind if you check off these things on your “20s To-Do List.”

Besides, life wasn’t meant for sitting back and watching it pass you by; it’s supposed to be a wild and crazy ride.

Enjoy every second before you run out of time.

Here are 13 things every smart woman should do before she turns 30:

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1. Travel the world.

Don’t just take brief trips around your state or in your home country. Leave your home bounds and experience culture. Culture is life’s greatest teacher. Think of all you can learn by soaking in the people, food, and behaviors of another culture completely foreign to you. Travel abroad now and if you can, use your college status or alumni connections to make the travel cheap. Do this before you end up tied down to someone or having children.

2. Get an internship in the field you love.

A lot of people in their twenties intern, but typically at a practical job location. Branch out and work for free for some time for an industry, brand, or task that you love. Don’t worry about the practicality; you would be surprised at how you can earn money doing what you love. If you try now, you have less risk at hand than you do as you get older.

3. Kiss someone of the same sex.

If you’re even vaguely interested in the same sex, experiment while you’re young.

The older you get, the more judgmental people are and the less likely you are to have the chance.

It doesn’t really matter what your choice of gender is; it’s about the person. If you think your sexual feelings are contrary to how you’re living your life, own who you are. Don’t waste another second pretending to be someone you’re not.


Christin Hakim

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