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This blog is more of a celebration of the future and maturity than Swan Song to my second decade of life. Some crazy things happened to me leading up to turning 30, including the devastating ending of my engagement to the love of my life. I’m talking about it all. Turning 30 doesn’t have to be scary and it certainly does not have to be a hard deadline for major life events (marriage, children, homeownership, six-figure income). Turning 30 may not even involve me having some divine revelation or a greater insight on life, like some people swear it’s going to be. Let’s deconstruct the myths of 30. Let’s laugh and talk about what turning 30 really means: what we’re willing (and glad) to leave behind in our 20s and the people we look forward to growing into being beyond the big 3-0.

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  1. Sounds like fun!

  2. I took a look around and I’m really enjoying your blog. Great stuff here. Keep up the great blogging!

  3. I’ve nominated you for the Sunshine Award! Details are on my page: http://kissandhide.wordpress.com/2012/04/09/sunshine-award/


  4. We really enjoyed your Zumba post, we would like to feature it on our website if that is alright with you?

  5. I hate to breake it to you, but if you are going into 30 then you are leaving behind the third, not the second, decade of your life and actually going into your fourth one.
    I’m a jerk, I know it. Sorry. No ofense

  6. Oh how I am glad I stumbled on your blog on a grey Friday morning. I get you…totally. Started my blog before I hit 28 last year and found myself single. It has been a blast writing and it’s getting better as I hurtle towards 30. Love your words! I think 30 and onwards is going to be awesome!

    • Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! I think it’s been an interesting journey so far. Everyone makes a big deal out of 30. Some people told me they were crying when they turned 30 because their life wasn’t what they thought it would be. Your life isn’t ever going to be what you thought it would be. Some days it’s going to be better and some days it’s going to be worse. You can’t put crazy expectations on yourself. I’ve enjoyed writing this blog so much. Thank you again! I’m going to totally check out your blog.

  7. Wait til you turn 40! I nearly fell off my chair! But am doing the things I can to stay in shape and keep as active as I can!

  8. poshpiggy on said:

    nice blog ! i love zumba too !! will be followin ya – check my new blog out at http://goodphat.wordpress.com/ all about taking fitness and health to da streets!

  9. In my 30s, I’ve been my best ‘me’! Who knows ANYTHING in their 20s?
    Your blog is great- hope you’ll visit mine!

  10. I have to say, although we write differently in style…well, lol, go to my blog and see for your self – well done!

    • I’ve just taken the quick tour of your blog, and some of your posts already made me form tears from laughing. I so get it! You have a new fan.Great stuff. Just great! Thanks for stopping by and saying hello!!!

  11. I’ve nominated you for the Thought Provoking Blog award! Check out my blog to find out more!

  12. Cameron Von St. James on said:

    Hi there! My name is Cameron and I was wondering if you could email for a question I have about your blog. I greatly appreciate it! 🙂

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