Last month I turned 30 years old.
Well that's a fact that I can't deny. Yes I'm 30 years no longer in my twenties. In other words, I'm old! Face it, People!
I often told my friends that I can't wait to turn 30 years. My statement made them surprise. Usually, for women, turning 30 years is a scary thing. Especially for single women, unmarried. I don't blame my fellow women. I blame the society.
For years, society has judge women unfairly, in my opinion. Society determines what women should do. Women should getting married at what age. Have a children at what age. As a women, you must do and that,,, so on and so on.
For me, I'm a rebel type. I have my own reasons why I refused to surrender to those opinions. I also made it clear to everyone in family to don't push me, especially for the marriage part. Although some of my family members still give some hints, I politely respond to them with smile. It doesn't mean I won't get there, just wait and see. Also keep praying ya.
Looking back at my twenties, one of my friend asked this:
What have you learned from your twenties?
I will describe my twenties era as "Trial and Error" period. In my twenties, I learned what I like and don't like in terms of career. I also caught up in several relationships, some ended well and the others ended nasty. I also learned how to cope with grievance when I lost my Mum last year. Lots of things I learned in my twenties.
Will my thirties will be perfect? Nope, it's another "Trial and Error" period. However it's different experience. I will use all experience I've got in my twenties as my reference to handle problems may occur in my thirties. In other words, a whole new adventures will come in my thirties.
Hi Thirties!!! Can't wait to have a new adventure with you!
Just an ordinary girl that living the extraordinary life with her extraordinary family and friends