Here are some things that many people and I believe are important for women to have or accomplish by the time they turn 30; it’s an interesting concept, don’t you think? If you’ve never heard of it before, 10 bucket list is a checklist of things you want to accomplish before turning 30. And because we care about you so much and our own 30th birthdays are approaching sooner than we would like to acknowledge, we’ve created our very own 10 things before turning 30. Granted, it’s not all sunshine and skydiving, but, as they say, the devil is in the details.
1. Your own bank account
Whether you are a career woman or a home maker please insist on a bank account which is solely in your name. This should be separate from your spending account. Keep adding small amounts to it every month. Money = Freedom. Saving should be paramount before and also save for an emergency fund before turning 30.According to Benjamin Franklin- “A penny saved is a penny earned.”
This quote emphasizes the importance of saving money, no matter how small the amount. Even saving a penny can add up over time. So, even if you can only save a little bit, it’s still worth it in the long run.
2. A driving licence for any vehicle.
A driver’s license is a government-issued document that authorizes someone to operate a motor vehicle, such as a car, truck, or motorcycle. In most countries, you need to pass a written test and a driving test to get a driver’s license. The license shows that you have met the requirements to drive safely on public roads. Once you have a driver’s license, you can legally drive a vehicle in your area. Learn to drive a car or a two wheeler before turning 30.
3. A life plan or goal sheet
If you don’t have one, make one! Only then will you know what to focus on. A life plan is a roadmap or blueprint for how you want to live your life. It’s a way to set goals and track your progress as you move through different stages of your life. A life plan can include things like your career, finances, relationships, health, and hobbies. It can be as simple or as detailed as you want it to be. The important thing is that it’s a plan that reflects your values and goals.
4. Your room/space done up exactly the way you want it.
Even if you are renting one bedroom flat keep it tidy and clutter free, in a way that pleases you. Having your own space that is tailored to your needs and preferences is an important part of being a fully-fledged adult. Whether it’s a bedroom, apartment, or even just a corner of a room, having a space that is uniquely yours can make you feel more comfortable and at home. And it can be a great source of inspiration and creativity.
5. Three classy outfits that will allow you to get ready within 15 mins.
In clothes, the fit is everything. Take time to find clothes that complement your body type. You can make pinterest your go to app when it comes to classy outfits ideas, workwear and corporate style. As you getting older make sure you look your best always. First impression matter most.
“Dress shabbily and they remember the dress; dress impeccably and they remember the woman.” – Coco Chanel.
This quote is all about the importance of dressing well and making a good impression. When you dress impeccably, people will remember you and your style, rather than just your clothes. I love this quote because it shows that clothes can be more than just fabric, they can be a form of self-expression. A healthy body and a healthy mind will reflect in your appearance and energy.
Note: Classy doesn’t have to mean super expensive.
6. A skill set which people are willing to pay you for. If you don’t have one, learn!
Skills can be in designing, baking, decor, tailoring, bricklaying etc. A skill set that people are willing to pay you for is a group of skills or abilities that you have that are valuable to others. These skills could be anything from playing a musical instrument, teaching, styling to coding websites, or anything in between. The important thing is that they are skills that people are willing to pay you for because they add value to their lives.
7. An exercise regimen.
This is non-negotiable for mental and physical health. An exercise regimen is a plan for physical activity that you follow on a regular basis. It’s include things like going to the gym, running, swimming, or playing a sport. Having a consistent exercise regimen is important for your physical and mental health. It helps to stay in shape, reduce stress, and boost your energy levels.
Exercise is the best investment you can make in your 20s. It’s never too late to start, but the earlier you do, the more you’ll benefit from it.” – Dr. Mehmet Oz.
This quote is all about the importance of staying active and fit in your 20s or before turning 30. It’s never too late to start exercising, but the earlier you do, the more you’ll benefit from it in the long run. Exercise can help improve your physical and mental health, and it can also help you stay motivated and positive.
8. Knowledge to cook your own meals.
Do not eat out all the time. Cooking isn’t hard. The art of cooking for yourself! This is an important skill for any adult, as it can save you money and help you eat healthier. It also allows you to customize your meals exactly to your liking. Plus, it can be a creative and fun way to express yourself. Try to cook your meal yourself.
9. Knowing what kind of partner you do NOT want.
Be certain about the traits which are a deal breaker for you.
10. Courage to do things alone.
Having the courage to do things alone means being able to go out into the world and explore it without relying on other people. It means being okay with your own company, and feeling comfortable doing things by yourself. This include things like traveling solo, eating at a restaurant alone, or going to a movie by yourself. It takes courage to be okay with doing things alone, but it can be really empowering.
Just make sure you do at least one thing on this list. Trust me, I want the best for you and want you to be best you can be.