Movin' on up.

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    Dec 25, 2009 3:08 AM GMT
    With so many things that time brings us one of the most common and eternal things is Age. With that being said I have now left the twenties and entered the world of the Thirties. I am extremely excited about this whole new age range and look very forward to seeing what it has to offer me.

    The twenties were good to me and I'm now hoping the thirties will be even better. For those of you who are in your thirties how did you feel when you turned 30?

    I feel like I'm part of an elite group. Some friends of mine have nicknamed it "The Dirty Thirty".
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    Dec 25, 2009 3:16 AM GMT
    Thirty is a great age.

    I had some experience under my belt to handle stress better and was appealing to men in their thirties and twenties, ( that started changing at about 35). My life was following some sort of direction, although that seems to change unexpectedly too.

    Keep working out, the thirties can start to be a cruel decade of aging if you let yourself slide.icon_lol.gif

    One usually has the resources and energy to travel too.

    I love it!
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    Dec 25, 2009 3:35 AM GMT
    I'm way past 30, but those were my Golden Years. I was never in better shape psychically, and I had finally grown out of looking like a nerd, yet still a decade away from starting to look old. My health would never be better, my strength never greater.

    But whatever your 30s mean to you, always try to thrive wherever you're planted. When it comes to your age, you don't have much choice. Master your years, exploit them, make of them the best you can. In the final analysis, Life doesn't give you a lot of options.

    And congrats on turning 30! icon_biggrin.gif
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    Dec 25, 2009 4:23 AM GMT
    I didn't feel any different after I turned 30. The only thing I really notice is that the older I get, the more I get called "Sir" by the youngsters.

    And more grey nose hair. icon_lol.gif
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    Dec 25, 2009 8:58 AM GMT
    The 30s were great. The 40s are awesome. A fit mind and body seems to make all the difference.