Goodbye 20’s, hello 30’s!!
Happy birthday to me 🙂 I can officially say that I am 30 today. Even though I wasn’t ready to turn 30, I have to accept the fact that it’s here. Honestly, I have to admit that my early 20’s where some of the best years, but as the years started passing by, I started realizing that the years just started flying away so fast. I can’t say that it was all bad and that I didn’t do anything, but I could of done a lot more.
I think we all plan for the future and when the future arrives and we look back upon it and realize that what we had planned didn’t really happen, we get a little disappointed. That’s a little what happened to me. 10 years ago, if you had asked me where I see myself in 10 years, I would of told you that I want to travel, go to Europe, that I want to be married and have at least one child before my 30’s.
Well 30’s came knocking and I accomplished none of those things. Am I disappointed? Of course I am. Am I going to let it get me down? No, I’m not. I think with age comes more maturity and you start to know exactly what you want in life, so you focus more on working harder to make them happen.
To end this blog on a positive note, let’s look back on the positive things that happened in my 20’s:
- I met my boyfriend.
- I started working at Publicis and met incredible people.
- I was able to see my cousin’s 2 children be born, my little buddy Kamil and my adorable Sofia.
- I was also able to experience my dearest friend Isabelle’s (which I also met in my 20’s) baby girl Camelia come into this world.
- I went to Cuba with my mom for the first time.
- I had some amazing moment with my loved ones.
I might not have done a lot, but I don’t regret any of them because those are what make me the person I am today and helped me grow and know what I want in life.
With that said, don’t ever give up on your dreams, fight for them and if you fail, just pick yourself up and fight for it harder and don’t let anyone tell you that you can’t.
Live life to the fullest and enjoy every second, because before you know it, it’s all over.
Till next time loves,