Many of us reach our thirties and believe that our youth is over. But in reality, you’re still young while in your thirties and can still do many of the things that were acceptable in your twenties and even things you may have considered were only for teenagers. Below are just 10 examples of things you can still do once you reach your thirties.
Fun Things to Do In Your Thirties
Get an education
You’re never too old to go back to school. Nowadays, there are classes for adults and online courses that can allow you to obtain all kinds of qualifications. This could be something you do as a personal challenge or something that helps to access new careers.
Change your career
On the topic of careers, you don’t have to stay on the same career path in your thirties. It’s still possible to carve out a new career path if you feel that your passion and strengths lie elsewhere.
Go to concerts
You’re not too old to go to concerts or festivals in your thirties. Live music is something that anyone can enjoy. You may even find that you have more money to spend on concerts and festivals than you did when you were young, making it the perfect time to see all your favorite artists.
Braces are not just for teens. More adults are starting to look into clear braces – unlike traditional wire braces, these look pretty much invisible when worn, so people don’t even have to know that you’re wearing braces. This could allow you to achieve the smile you’ve always wanted.
Travel the world
A lot of people travel the world when they’re young and free of commitments. In your thirties, it can be a little more tricky to travel freely due to having a home, jobs, partner, or kids, however, you can still take time out to travel. Even if long-term travel isn’t an option, why not plan multiple different short trips throughout the year? If you’re a parent, check out this guide to traveling with kids.
Ask your parents for help
You’re never too old to seek help from your parents. Whether you need financial help or a shoulder to cry on, don’t be afraid to reach out if you’re truly in need of support. You shouldn’t constantly rely on your parents in your thirties, however, you shouldn’t ignore their support altogether.
Go on rides
There’s no age limit when it comes to fairground rides or theme park rides. If you’re eager for the adrenaline rush, why not go on those rides you’ve been craving?
Go out drinking
While hangovers can be a little more brutal in your thirties, you can still enjoy going to bars and even nightclubs. There are still many places where you can enjoy a night out in your thirties. Or you could throw an adult garden party.
Watch kids’ movies
Kids’ movies aren’t just for kids – in fact, many modern kids’ movies are often written with an adult appeal too. In other words, don’t feel guilty bingeing on Disney movies from your childhood.
Many people feel that they have to settle down and find a partner in their thirties. But you don’t have to do this – if you feel you’re happier single, then embrace the freedom. There are still many more years to find a partner if you change your mind.