15 Things To Do Before You Turn 30, According To People Who Already Did

Voting Rules
People who are 30 and over: vote up the most important things to do before you turn 30.

Turning 30 is a pretty big milestone in life and a lot of people have a list of goals to achieve before 30. If you're one of those people, or if you'd like to be, then check out this list of what to do before you turn 30. Don't forget to vote!

  • 1
    14 VOTES

    Unlearn The "Life Plan" Mindset

    From Redditor u/Comprehensive-Style9:

    Unlearn the "life plan" mindset. Sometimes, things change. You won't like the career that you majored in later as you do now. Or maybe you already started seeing the cons.

    But that's ok. Starting over isn't a bad thing. Life isn't a race. Don't compare your life to your cousin Johnny or your cousin Lily. They're already struggling with their parents' expectations. Also if you can, move away from your parents. You'll be surprised by how much parents can influence their children's lives & their choices.

    14 votes
  • 2
    8 VOTES

    Quit Smoking

    From Redditor u/YouWillGiveMeTP:

    If you smoke cigarettes, quit. It's all sh*ts-n-giggles when you're in your 20s, but it'll catch up to you way quicker than you think. If you quit now your body still has time to heal much of the damage that has been done to it.

    8 votes
  • 3
    5 VOTES

    Become Independent Enough

    From Redditor u/Sweepslap:

    Become independent enough that your responsibilities don't become someone else's problem to deal with, ESPECIALLY if you have roommates. Also, lose the douchey college bro attitude. Being an obnoxious know it or the unrelenting center of attention guy gets REAL old, real quick. Adulthood isn't a popularity contest.

    5 votes
  • 4
    11 VOTES

    Travel Solo

    From Redditor u/Roosterfish33:

    Travel solo, and go off the beaten path.

    Learn a trade.

    Dig a ditch.

    Be humble.

    Help others.

    11 votes
  • 5
    28 VOTES

    Create Good Habits

    From Redditor u/UncreativeGlory:

    Create habits while you have the energy too. Like a workout routine.

    28 votes
  • 6
    15 VOTES

    Do Mobility Exercises And Stretching

    From Redditor u/harrisdog:

    Start doing mobility exercises and stretching.

    15 votes