31 Days of Lessons Learned by Age 30

1 Oct

This month I am taking on the challenge of  writing for 31 days straight on one topic. The Nester hosts this event over on her blog and I was inspired to take part. I know writing for 31 days straight will be tough but I am going to try my best. I felt with my 3oth birthday quickly approaching that I would write about all the lessons I have learned in the past 30 years. The lessons will come from various times throughout my life. Some will be funny, sad, silly and thoughtful but I hope to use this as a way to improve my writing and also to capture some great stories I have stored in the memory bank.

Last year, over 700 people took part in this challenge and wrote on a numerous amount of different topics. Check out The Nester and all the cool topics being written about this year.

I am really excited about this and hope that you will read along. Below are the topics I will be writing on each day.

1. Don’t page your mom 911 unless it is a REAL emergency.

2. Always put your car in park.

3. Take the time to enjoy the small things.

4. Perfection isn’t necessary, at the end of the day life goes on.

5. Spend the extra money, and stay married.

6. Read directions.

7. Take it all in stride.

8. Cherish your grandparents.

9. Learn to cook.

10. Look twice on foggy days.

11. It’s ok to still need your mommy.

12. Be kind….you never know what someone is going through.

13. Find a hobby.

14. Don’t get caught.

15. Find Forever Friends

16. Take life one day at a time.

17. Don’t wear important jewelry in  large bodies of water.

18. If your’e gonna lie, go all out.

19. Do what you enjoy.

20. First impressions are real.

21. Be thankful.

22. If you feel faint, sit down

23. Some days it’s alright to take a break.

24. Security is good at any age.

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One Response to “31 Days of Lessons Learned by Age 30”

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  1. Oh, Hi! I’m Still Here. « thewoodsonway - October 30, 2012

    […] you can see I fell short on finishing my 31 Days project. I think I made it 25 days and then I lost steam. I’m ok with that though, 25 days is […]

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