10 Things that Young Adults Need to Know before Turning 30

A majority of those who were born in the year of the 90's area already young adults and some are going to meet their 30s sooner or later. With today's Era of fast paced technology and personality development, some are getting left out behind and some are scraping through with the changes, you and I are not different from the rest of those, but there are people who are exceptionally good in coping up with those changes. So, I listed below the things that we, who were born in the 90s, the things that we need to know before we reach our 30s.

From my previous post, I listed the things that we learn to love as we grow, but on this list, these are the things that we need to learn as we grow. So if you want to check out that post, just clicks here:
12 Things that We Learn to Love as We Grow Older

1.) Finding Three Important Hobbies in life.
  • To Keep you healthy
  • To Earn More
  • To Live out your life Completely.

It doesn't have to be what other people are doing, but these are the important hobbies that you should have in your life. To keep you healthy might be going to gym or being a vegan. To Earn more means a job that you love and loves you back, and a hobby to feel the world and enjoying it.

If you don't have enough hobby to push you thru in life, then I suggest that you look into this one: How Playing An Instrument Makes You Amazing

2.) Network

A wide range of acquaintances or friends will help you move in around from city to city especially if you have a business you want to start or already maintaining, being in your early adulthood will definitely help you to grow as you age. Reach out different communities both high and low and you'll grow your network in a long run.

If you want to improve your conversational skill while being an introvert like me, then I can give you some tips from here: Improving Your Conversation Skills

3.) Health is Your Most Valuable Gem

It may be an Alexandrite, or a Pink Star Diamond (by which I think the most expensive Gem in the world) but, the most expensive gem in the world of truth is your life. And how can you enjoy life if you don't take care of our own health. Get what I mean?

4.) Cooking


One of the most important thing that teenagers and young adult alike needs to know, especially if they are planning to get married soon or later. It would be expensive and unhealthy if you will always eat outside of the house right?

5.) Practicality

Another important aspect that a lot of us needs to learn these days. Learn how to budget your finances as well as to know where your expenses and incomes are. That will be a definitely helpful skill when you are settling down.

I have a post regarding practicality and saving money, you might want to check this one out:
Budget Tip: Be Around With People With the Same Budget

6.) Learn a Language

The more language you know, the more person you can achieve your goals to travel the world or just to understand more people. It's also a good way to keep your brain healthy. Lots of benefits if you ask me.

If you want to learn languages, then I recommend you to check this one out. Just click on the link Learning a New Language? Use Doulingo

7.) How to Invest Smart

A lot of people say that investing in a business will help you earn more income, I have yet to experience this and still saving money for me to be able to invest in a company either in stocks, so that I can fully explain this well, if you are planning, then you need to learn a lot more like me before we turn into our 30s

8.) Develop a Thirst for Knowledge Habit


People might laugh at you, intimidated, or will not understand you, but the more you learn, the more things that you know, the more you can appreciate everything and not take things for granted. It's a livelier way to live your life.

9.) Learn to be a Child Again


There is nothing wrong with playing, especially if you just want to be creative inside your work. It works magic in a different way so don't let your inner child go away.

10.) Love Yourself

The most important thing is that you learn to love yourself. Even if you are just a teenager, we need to learn to learn ourselves in this world where cyber bullying is everywhere despite all the efforts of different people around the world to help stop that culture. Love yourself and for you can love other people especially your family as easy as ABC.

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  1. I don't know if I knew these when I was thirty but these are all important skills in life. I never really knew how to cook though. I am still waiting for that to skill to come by.

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    1. There is still a chance to learn though. You should try it. :)

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  2. Interesting points. A couple more years before I turn 30. Haven't learnt a new language but the rest I've tried my hands on.

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    1. You should try learning a new language. It's handy when you go to another country who speaks that. :D

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  3. Thanks for the tip, really needed the last one "learn to love yourself" instead of hating every single flaws you have, it's best to embrace them instead.

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    1. The best thing that we need to learn is to love yourself. So, we should always remind it to everyone out there. Don't you agree?

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  4. I agree with everything on the list, especially number 10. That's really important! I hope people in their twenties would come across this and learn a few things!

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    1. I also hope that this can reach their eyes. Or, at least, adults who already are in their 30s can share this to the young adults near them. Spread love!

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  5. Unfortunately am not an young adult anymore...But will let my kid learn this post...So tht she remembers to learn all this...Btw, there is nvr too late for anything so even I can pick a few of these things.

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    1. I agree. there is no such thing as too late for anything just because you haven't done it when you were young.

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  6. Great post! I love what you've shared here. I love all the 10 things you've shared. I think setting time for my passions and not forgetting to be a kid is really important to me. Networking as well. Thanks for sharing. Keep it up!

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    1. Thank you so much! you can also share this to your friends and network together. The more the better and if you are having fun like being a kid, then for sure you can really do number ten. Right?

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  7. I think I did few of them before i turned 30 but would have love to try all of them. I believe most of us are busy settling that forget all these things.

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  8. I think young adults should invest in their inventory of contacts because we'll need to expand our network as we learn new skills. It would be also important to invest since starting early could make life easier in the latter years.

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  9. Thanks for the reminder. It all start from love ourselves. If we love ourselves we will eat healthy and exercise then plan for our future in a better manner.

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  10. I was expecting other tips... but I agree with your tips on network and wanting to learn! Benjamin Franklin once said, "Many died at 25 and was only buried at 75." This is exactly why!

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  11. Now that Im on my 30's I learned that life begin at 30. You get to experience lots of problem, travel more and learn more

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  12. Love yourself is something I would happily endorse. I think all the points above Self Love are derivatives of Self love. Thanks for sharing.

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  13. Love yourself is something I would happily endorse. I think all the points above Self Love are derivatives of Self love. Thanks for sharing.

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  14. Great list - I hope many people read it! And yes, we should all know that health is our most important personal asset - and what makes us happy! A hobby always helps to unwind!

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  15. I agree about all these. But this post just reminds me that I'm turning 30 pretty soon!! Oh my!

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  16. I would totally agree with #7. That one needs to know more about investing or investments. At the age of 20's, people that age would usually splurge their money. I think I did, however, I also practiced saving. What I would have done though is, learn on how to invest in the stock market than just leaving my money in the bank :)

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    1. That is true, I am now 22 and I still have to invest in stocks myself and I really wanted to earn money in trading and investing so that after a few years, I can have a steady income and also some more times to do what I want in the future.

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  17. I feel you! especially on no. 9... I only have a few of what you have listed on point and mastered, but I think that it's ok pa rin cause after all I am still 23... right? #Adulting is hard, so I really really preach for no. 9, to not forget our inner child once in a while. kakalungkot ang buhay pag panay work at kaseryosohan. I want to be like my dad or my husband's grandma who still plays nintendo even at the age of 65 hahahaha

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    1. Really? They still play Nintendo even after reaching that age? Man, they must be a cool grandparents.

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  18. Hm , looking back on my life ... it is good to have goalsand a "plan" , but it always makes me giggle when I read about the thoughts of younger ones. It is amazing , how everything in life keeps repeating . Only one good meant tip ,set goals , be determined , but don't take life too serious. Always have a plan B in mind for the mean little obstacles that life throws in your way. Learning to be a child again at that young age ... I would say , make sure you will always !!! cherish and look after that child in yourself. Great post tho !

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    1. Thank you so much. Until now, I still am a playful spirit but in a way that I won't hurt other people's feelings.

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