Here are a few things in my 30's that I have learned:
My kids are older. I did the baby stage and was home bound for years - now they are older they can go WITH me and/or are old enough that I "think" they can handle being at g-ma and g-pa's for a bit. Insert more freedom.
With age comes confidence (at least to me). Confidence in knowing who you align with, who you don't, where you want to go, etc... Making time for those that matter and things that matter - and realizing the other stuff is just "fluff".
Not letting things pass me by. If I want to do it - I am going to do it. I am only on this planet once and have come to realize - no one or nothing is going to stop me from being happy. I want to LIVE life and I will.
Wanting to give back. It wasn't until I hit my 30's that I realized how important it is to give back. Now I try to give back every chance I get.
Allowing myself to not "worry" about what other's think. I used to focus on this so much - now, as long as I am happy, my family is happy, and life is moving along swimmingly - I let it roll off. Everyone will have their own opinion and I believe it is ME who can allow their opinions to hurt me - I choose not to.
Standing up for myself. I use to shy away from confrontation - that changed after I had my children. I will fight for them and now I learned that I am worth fighting for too.
30's you get your MOJO back... you know what I am talking about;) well maybe that is just me.... HA
I am no longer the youngest in the work place - that boosts some confidence too.
I am an example for 2 little impressionable beings living in my household - my goal in life is to show them that life is good - make it what you will - be who you are - don't let life pass you by - be kind - be humble - and reach for the stars.
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