30-Somethings Are Sharing What They Wish They'd Known In Their 20s

Hindsight is 20/20, right? Luckily for 20-somethings, 30-somethings have answered u/maroonlabs7’s Reddit thread, "What would you do in your 20s to avoid regret in your 30s?", so take note!

  • "If you marry, marry someone because you share a common philosophy on life, have common values, and want to achieve common goals in the future. You shouldn't marry someone just because their a** looks good in jeans."
  • "Leave other people's business to them. You can totally disagree with every choice they’ve made in the quiet of your own countenance. Let them be and do as they will, just as you would have them do for you."
  • "Read, understand, and implement personal finance fundamentals."
  • "Don’t force relationships that have no compatibility and chemistry. Don’t invest time, money, and feelings into someone you don’t fully know yet."
  • "Travel. Money isn't the constraint. Time is. You might have less opportunity as you get older. Family, job, or health reasons can come up. Do it now."
  • "Don’t stress about hitting certain age milestones. The difference between 29 and 30? Not monumental."
  • "Be sure to pick friends and partners who build you up, not knock you down."

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Source: Reddit

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