9 tips for people in their 30s and over 40s
by Baigalmaa staff
9 tips for people in their 30s and over 40s
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"If I could go back in time, I would have started all over again, paid attention to eating the right foods, and practiced sports non-stop." Writer Mark Manson, asking his readers over the age of 37 to share their life experiences between the ages of 30 and 40, published the following advice based on the common wisdom of many people and makes it available to the public.

1. Start taking care of your health now without delay. Your mind, self, and body are considered to be 10-15 years younger than their actual age. Your health goes faster than you think, without even noticing it. You have 10 years to slow it down
2. Do not deal with people who treat you badly and unpleasantly. Learn to say no and cut things off. Don't put up with bad people. Don't put up with those people who think in terms of their own interests. Don't put up with their emotional excuses. Don't put up with bad attitudes, either for the sake of your children or for your own sake. A life limited to the hope that he won't hurt others, or that he will change, learn to take care of himself, or work hard to please him, will do nothing. For 20-year-olds, the world seems to be open and they cling to someone because of their inexperience. But at the age of 30, I learned that good relationships take a lot of hard work, so remember that there are people in the world who will support you in life, so don't waste your time on bad relationships.
3. Be kind to those around you. Between the ages of 30 and 40, relatives pass away, family members cheat, death, children are born, and friends' families break up. In difficult times, instead of condemning or advising people, the most valuable help is to listen and be with them.
4. You cannot achieve everything in the world, but learn to adopt the belief that everything is really good. Life is based on the principle of losing one and finding another. In your 20s, there is a high probability that there will be mistakes in the career and life path you choose, so think about your mistakes year after year.
5. Don't be afraid of risk, you have a lot of opportunity to change. When a person reaches the age of 30, they feel that they should strive to follow their chosen path, but also know that it is never too late to start over. Society and the public demand that a person, at the age of 30, has reached a certain state of work, family, and finances. However, the majority of respondents advised not to allow themselves to be boxed in by public expectations, to start from scratch and to do everything without fear of risk.
6. You should always grow and develop yourself. You have only two irreplaceable assets: your body and your mind. Most people stop developing themselves at the age of 20. If you are not one of those people, if you continue to study, and above all, to develop your mind and improve your health, you will be a wealthy person by the time you turn 40, ahead of your generation, and able to turn those years into bright years. . Your goal at this time is clear: to become a good person, a good honest partner, a good wise parent, a good loyal friend, a good employee, a good supportive spouse - your personal growth.
7. No one understands what anyone else is doing. You have to get used to it. If your mind, emotions, and being are not stuck, you know you can't predict where you'll be in 5 years. The future never goes as it should. So, don't feel bad about falling short of your expectations or because of current events. Everything changes whether you like it or not. Don't bother trying to control the direction of your life
8. Take care of your biological family - they deserve your love. Stay close to your birth family. You, no matter how big you are, are always your child as a parent. You will grow and your relationship will definitely change. However, remember that what this precious relationship looks like is entirely up to you. Everyone ages and everyone dies. Try to use this time to communicate properly and live with the warmth and warmth of the memories of your future family.
9. Be kind to yourself and respect yourself. Be a little selfish and do one good thing for yourself every day, another good thing every month, and even better, something good for yourself every year. Know that there is no one but you who will understand and care for you and love you as you are. Life is not easy, so learn to love yourself now. Then learning becomes more difficult. It's about staying true to your goals, making your own decisions, and creating an environment where you don't belong.

Finally, he said, "Son, you're going to love your 40s, because at 20, you think you know it all, at 30, you realize you don't, but by 40, you've realized everything as it is. At the age of 58, I fully accept the words of my father, who used to say, "I take a little rest because I accept it." – Martin, 58 years old.