Tag: life

6 Ridiculous Beliefs I’m Grateful I Stopped Believing Before I Turned 30

If you’ve been reading my blog for quite some time now, you might understand that most of the content is related to the transition from being a confused young woman in her 20’s to a somewhat content woman in her early 30’s.

A few days after my 30th birthday, I compiled a list of songs related to my life when I turned 30. I even got some time to write about the differences between dating in my 20’s and 30’s just to prove my point.

Now that it’s been a while since the last time I wrote a piece about my life, I’ve come to an idea of writing about things that I believed in the past and how grateful I am that I’ve stopped believing now that I’m in my 30’s.

So, what are these ridiculous beliefs that I used to have until my 20’s?

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Dirty Thirty Mixtape: 30 Theme Songs of My 30th Year Living in This World

In case you didn’t know, last Monday was my 30th birthday. If you remember that episode of Friends where everybody turned 30, well… I gotta admit that it was only a little stressful.

Like honestly, I didn’t think much about how old I am now. I think much about how I am 30 and still not rich enough to buy stuff without checking the price. But anyway…

So, in this opportunity, marking the early days of my dirty thirty, I’m creating a mixtape of the songs that basically sum up my life in the past 30 years. And just so you know, I’m no longer 30 and single. Just 30.

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Some Life Lesson That I’ve Learned in 2018

Time flies so fast that the next thing I know, it’s already December!

I started my 2018 with grief as Disco, my 12-year-old cat, had to go back and forth to the vet due to tuberculosis. He didn’t make it to my 29th birthday as he died on the 24th of January this year.

This year has been up and down, that’s for sure. The first few months in this year was quite challenging for me, with me quitting my office job last year with no sign of constant income whatever. Externally, with me getting older, my peers would expect me to have the life as everyone else: create my own family.

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