Starbucks Business Plan Last year when I turned thirty, I had an idea that I was going to like this new decade, but at the time it was just a thought, perhaps an optimistic wish. After all, when my mom said, as only a mom can, "Thirty's going to be your year, honey," I was pretty sure she was hoping I'd meet Mr. Right and start working on her grandbabies. That, unfortunately, didn't happen, but in many ways thirty was my year. At thirty I was able to travel and study abroad, something I never had the guts or money to do in my twenties. I also completed a novel and stopped seeing writing as a hobby or a dream and started accepting it as a part of who I am equal to my teaching career, even if it'll never pay the bills as teaching does.
So now at thirty-one, I could wonder what's left (other than the whole Mr. Right and grandbabies task). Or I could worry that what the rest of my thirties has to offer won't be as exciting. I'm doing neither. Because I'm facing my thirties armed with a decade's worth of wisdom and experience I didn't have for my twenties-funny how that happens
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