35 Critical Pieces Of Life Wisdom Every Woman Should Know By 30 (2023)

If you made a point of spending your 20s learning as much as possible, then you'll likely be steeped in all sorts of wisdom by the time your turn 30. Or, at the very least, you'll be well on your way. After a decade of radical changes, and trying new things, your 30th birthday can feel like slightly magical, mystical, and life-changing moment in time.

And, in many ways, it kind of is. "By 30, you are generally out of school, in the workforce, and shifting into a new phase in your life," says relationship therapist Rhonda Milrad, LCSW, founder of the online relationship community, Relationup. "For the most part, you have moved out of the 'carefree years,' and life is starting to become more serious."

Your life is starting to change at 30, but so is your brain — quite literally. "This shift in maturity is not just happening because of sociological situations. It also coincides with the brain maturing and finishing its growth," Milrad says. "By 25 or so, the prefrontal cortex is fully developed and it is this part of the brain that helps inhibit impulses and plans and organizes behavior to reach a goal."

Of course, that's not to say you instantly grow up when the clock strikes midnight, marking your 30th birthday. But you will have spent the past five to ten-ish years morphing into an adult, and picking up some pretty solid life advice along the way. Here, some things you should know and do by 30.

1. It's OK If You Don't "Have It All Together"

No matter what you do, you'll never be perfect. And that's more than OK. "There’s a disparaging myth that circulates every now and then that we women have to have everything together," says licensed psychologist Jisun (Sunny) Fisher, PhD. But that's just not the case, even though you're officially an adult.

2. Try To Embrace What Makes You Unique

While you may have felt awkward in your teens and 20s, your 30s are the perfect time to let all that go and fully appreciate yourself. "Learn and accept what makes you unique and rock it," life coach Leannah Lumauig tells Bustle. "If you've got a goofy laugh, let it rip. If you're insecure about your looks, do what you can to build confidence without losing your essence." Your 30-year-old self will thank you.

3. Find A Healthy Work/Life Balance

By 30, you'll want to be getting better at managing your work/life balance, and staying in touch with the people and things that matter most. As certified ​professional ​coach Nicole Karslake says, "Don't get so caught up in climbing the corporate ladder that you forget to call mom."

4. Know That Not Everyone Is Going To Like You

If you're on a mission to win everyone over, give yourself permission to stop. "Once you accept that you can’t hit a home run with everyone, you free yourself from other people’s expectations and can aggressively 'do you,'" Jules Dahbura, CEO and founder of Deco Miami Cosmetics, tells Bustle.

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5. Make Money For Your Future Self

As Carrie Schwab-Pomerantz, board chair and president of the Charles Schwab Foundation says, you should "start contributing 10 percent of your income to a retirement account. If you’re in your 20s and you put aside at least 10 percent you should have a relatively comfortable retirement by age 65." So if you haven't already, go get on that, OK?

6. Know The Importance Of An Emergency Fund

Whether you're getting fired, or getting out of an unhealthy relationship, it's always smart to have money set aside to see you through. "Be sure to set aside enough cash to cover your essential expenses for three to six months," Schwab-Pomerantz says. That should cover you, until you get back on your feet.

7. Remember, You Are Never Stuck

If you aren't happy with your current situation, whether you're 20, 30, or 60, remember that you're never stuck. "You are not stuck in your relationship, your job, or in your living situation," says Milrad. "You have the ability to make a change (even if it is hard or unpleasant). You just have to be brave enough to break free from situations that you need to change."

8. You Can Get Almost Anything If You Ask

While it may be uncomfortable, all ladies should get used to asking for what they want — whether it's a raise at work, a change in their relationship, etc. "Don’t sit around a wait for the world to drop what you want on your lap," Milrad says. "Take the risk, go out and get it, and be prepared to cope with disappointment. And if it doesn’t work out, then muster up the fortitude to make it happen through different means."

9. Your Friends Are Your Life Line

As you go through career changes and big moves in your 20s, remember how important it is to stay connected with people you care about. "Their support and companionship become essential as life becomes more complicated and you face celebrations and hardships," Milrad says.

10. It's OK To Let Someone Down

You can't be everything to everyone, all the time. So get used to occasionally letting people down. "Sometimes, you have to disappoint people in order to pursue your dreams — your parent(s), your partner, your friends, and even your mentors," Milrad says. "You can stay steady and tolerate their reaction, knowing that in the end, both of you will survive."

11. Know Your Worth In Relationships

As you get older, always keep in mind what a healthy relationship looks like. And never be afraid to leave the ones that aren't what you want. "By staying in an unhealthy relationship you are sending the message that it is OK for you to be treated poorly," says counselor Christine Fuchs, LMHC. "Surround yourself with people who love and support you and know that you deserve to be happy."

12. Keep In Mind: Multi-Tasking Doesn't Work

We all have great intentions when it comes to getting sh*t done. But it's important to remember, as you get further into your career, that nothing good ever came from multi-tasking. As Jess Botte, founder and head coach of JBeWell Fitness Solutions says, "You would be blown away by your productivity if you gave up jumping from task to task and stuck to a list/calendar system for getting things done."

13. Find Your Favorite Way To Stay Healthy

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If you have an unhealthy relationship with dieting and/or working out, it's important to reign all that in ASAP. "Consistency is the key to change," says Botte. By finding an exercise routine and nutrition plan that feels right, and then sticking with it, you'll be putting yourself on the right track for life.

14. Remember, "No" Is A Complete Sentence

This one can be tough, especially for younger woman. And yet, there is nothing more powerful than the word no. “My best advice to women under 30 is, 'No is a complete sentence,'" says Susan Wilder, MD, a family physician with LifeScape Premier. "This means pace yourself, breathe, say 'no' without guilt, and practice self-care/self-love/self-respect."

15. There's A Lot To Be Said For Self-Reliance

The handier you can become as you get older, the more self-reliant — and totally badass — you'll be. "A woman should know how to do minor repairs of all kinds; she should have a toolbox with the essentials and know how to use it," says psychic and spiritual counselor, Davida Rappaport. Fixing a leaky sink? Changing your own oil? Check and check.

16. Be An Advocate For Your Health

Do you keep track of all things related to your health? If not, it's more than time to start. "By the time a woman is 30, she should know how her body works and schedule her regular dental and medical exams and make time to get her annual physical exam, including mammograms and pap smears," says Rappaport. "She should also know what type of birth control works for her."

17. Take Responsibility For Yourself

Once you hit 30, do your best to own your life. As business coach April Wier says, "Take full responsibility for your self at this point in your life. Other people may have hurt you and screwed you up, but don't use that as an excuse for not doing all you can now to move yourself forward." While it's difficult — and may sometimes require therapy — it's important to learn how move on.

18. Learn To Let Go Of The Past

"Make peace with your past, especially your mother or father, and do your best to heal from within," says spiritual life coach Angela Lenhardt, in an email to Bustle. This is another way to take responsibility and move on, and a way to stay fully present.

19. Always Make The Time For Self-Care

By 30, you should have a pretty solid self-care routine, all in the name of maintaining good physical and mental health. This'll include getting enough sleep and practicing good sleep hygiene, keeping that previously mentioned work/life balance, and making sure everyone in your life adds to it only in a positive way.

20. Take Great Care Of Your Skin

While this doesn't have to be your number one priority, if you don't want it to be, your late 20s and early 30s are the prime time for skincare. "Making time for sleep and exercise, and always wearing sunscreen are going to ensure amazing skin for all women," says Dr. Sonam Yadav, medical director at JUVERNE.

21. Ask For What You Want In Bed

"Thirty is a great time for women to start embracing their sexual desires," Tara Struyk, co-founder and editor-in-chief of Kinkly, tells Bustle. "This means exploring their own bodies, accepting their fantasies and quirks, and talking openly and honestly with their sexual partners."

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22. Allow Yourself To Grow

Thirty is a time for big changes, so go ahead and let 'em happen. "Give yourself permission to grow, mess up, and forgive yourself," Dr. Frowsa Booker-Drew tells Bustle. "Life is messy. It is in the challenging times that we grow and that growth changes us."

23. Know How How To Cook A Signature Dish

If you can reach 30 knowing how to whip up a signature dish, your life will be better as a result. "Not only are there nutritional benefits, cooking has been proven to increase creativity, encourage single-task focusing after a technology-ridden day, develop cultural appreciation, and also is a fantastic bonding exercise with partners," Jenn Nicken, founder & CEO of The Chef & The Dish, tells Bustle. So get some groceries and get to it.

24. It's OK To Do Things Alone

Traveling, living, and eating alone — this is the stuff of nightmares for people in their teens and 20s. So hopefully, by the time you hit 30, you can fully appreciate the art of being alone. As life and wellness coach Melody Pourmoradi CEC, AADP says, "It is a sure sign that you are comfortable in your own skin and enjoy your own company."

25. Wear Whatever Makes You Happy

While there are plenty of "rules" out there when it comes to fashion, most women realize by age 30 that it's all totally made up. So go ahead and do you, fashion-wise. As career coach and success strategist Carlota Zimmerman says, "[A 30 year-old-woman] should be able to wear what pleases her ... If she likes it, her confidence will make anything look good."

26. It's OK (And Healthy) To Travel Alone

If you can travel alone at some point in your life, definitely do it. "Some of the best trips I've taken in my life were by myself, and I met men and women around the world who changed my life, and whom I wouldn't have been able to, if I was with friends," Zimmerman says.

27. If You Want Something, Go For It

When you're young, it's tempting to look to others for encouragement and advice, as well as help with making decisions. But once you get older, it's so nice to realize you can just do it all anyway, without "permission." As Lenhardt says, "Don’t allow other people’s opinions of how you should live your life keep you 'back' from following your own heart and mission."

28. Know How To Stand On Your Own Two Feet

"Don’t wait for someone to come along and sweep you off your feet," Lenhardt says. "Learn how to become dependent on yourself, and become your own best friend." That way, no matter what happens, you'll always be OK.

29. Go Ahead And Break The Rules

It can be tempting to shrink into the background and follow the rules. But that's not always the right choice, especially when it comes to your career. "As soon as I realized that the rules were not designed to make an equal playing field, but rather, maintain the status quo, I started to rise," says Elizabeth Giorgi, founder and CEO of Mighteor. Do you want to take a different path, or try something new at work? Go for it.

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30. Don't Take Things So Personally

Sure, sometimes it's personal. But oftentimes, when someone does or says something rude, or makes a decision that feels hurtful, it has nothing to do with you. "A woman should know, as early as possible, not to take other people's choices personally," says spiritual empath Tracee Dunblazier.

31. Trust Your Gut

This skill can take a minute or two to hone, but the more you can trust your gut going forward in life, the better. "Learning to listen to your bodies bio-rhythms, instincts, and inner voice expressed through the things you like and dislike is invaluable," Dunblazier says. This'll keep you out of trouble, away from toxic people and situations, and on the way to living a healthier life.

32. There's A Difference Between Your Oldest Friend And Your Best Friend

When you're young, it can feel like your current friends will be your friends forever. And in some cases, that's true. But not always. "[There's a] difference between your oldest friend and your best friend," says life coach Samantha Siffring. If he or she is no longer serving you, it's OK to let them go.

33. It's So Important To Show Up

I know... it's so tempting to stay home and give into your inner introvert. But do try to show up in life. "Go to the birthday party ... go to the wedding," Siffring says. "Even if (especially if) you don’t feel like it, moments like these are how real connections with other people are built, and following through on your commitments makes you feel unstoppable."

34. Your Inner Critic Isn't Always Right

You know that negative voice inside your head? Remember, it isn't always right. "It is something we all have that tries to keep us safe and stuck in our comfort zones, AKA not creating an exciting life we love and chasing our dreams," Siffring says. So if your self talk isn't suiting you, feel free to ignore it. Or change it up to something more positive.

35. You Choose Who You Surround Yourself With

As a mature woman of 30, you'll realize that your life is what you make it, and that often has a lot to do with who you surround yourself with and who you let in. "We can decide who gets our attention, time, and help," says life coach Cheryl Lacey Donovan, in an email to Bustle. "We are in charge of our own lives and our surroundings. We must learn to carefully select the people who are a part of our lives and avoid the ones who are negative and destroy our dreams."

If you're approaching 30, keep these words of wisdom in mind, and make the most of your new decade.

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What should you have accomplished by 30? ›

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  • Start saving for your retirement.
  • Find out your credit score.
  • Prepare a rainy day fund.
  • Pay down your debts.
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  • Travel abroad...on the cheap.
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What should a woman do before 30? ›

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  • Throw yourself a birthday party.

What does turning 30 represent? ›

For many people, turning 30 years old is a significant milestone. To some, it marks the end of youth, while others see it as the beginning of mature adulthood.

What should every woman have by 30? ›

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Why 30s are the best years? ›

Popular culture and Internet listicles often portray the 30s as life's best years. Free from the financial and personal insecurity of the 20s and not yet approaching the midlife challenges of the 40s and 50s, the 30s are said to be the best of both freedom, and responsibility.

How do I restart my life at 30? ›

  1. Stop smoking. ...
  2. Start going to sleep and waking up at the same time every day. ...
  3. Start exercising regularly. ...
  4. Start keeping a journal. ...
  5. Start saving money. ...
  6. Start pursuing a life dream. ...
  7. Start learning to be happy with what you have. ...
  8. Stop thinking you need to satisfy everyone.
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What should I do with my life at 30? ›

30 Life Changes You Should Make After 30
  • Create a Budget.
  • Exercise Regularly.
  • Get Serious About Paying Off Debt.
  • Consider Buying Instead of Renting.
  • Do More Cooking at Home.
  • Stop Your Bad Habits.
  • Invest in Quality Kitchen Essentials.
  • Get to Know Yourself Again.
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Is 30 a middle age? ›

Middle adulthood. This time span can be referred to as "middle age" and can be defined as the time between ages about 35 and about 65.

What Every lady must know? ›

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  • Put yourself first. ...
  • Love yourself first. ...
  • Teach people how to respect and treat you. ...
  • Understand your worth and value. ...
  • Prioritize your professional development. ...
  • Make sure you are financially independent. ...
  • Having a husband in life is not needed but wanted. ...
  • Women supporting women is vital.
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Is it all downhill after 30? ›

It's easy to feel like you're behind on everything. But scientists have studied a range of physical and mental traits and found peaks from childhood straight through to old age. And there's good news: It's not all downhill after 30.

Why Does life get better after 30? ›

Life really does get better after you turn thirty because you've grown up, matured, and developed a more accurate picture of who you are. I believe true fulfilment comes from spending time immersed in something you love to do––without putting any emphasis on making money from it.

What is age 30 called? ›

There are different words for people in each decade of age: A person between 10 and 19 years old is called a denarian. A person between 20 and 29 is called a vicenarian. A person between 30 and 39 is called a tricenarian. A person between 40 and 49 is called a quadragenarian.

What happens to your brain when you turn 30? ›

The overall volume of the brain begins to shrink when we're in our 30s or 40s, with the rate of shrinkage increasing around age 60. But, the volume loss isn't uniform throughout the brain — some areas shrink more, and faster, than other areas.

What items should every woman own? ›

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  • Everyday handbag. ...
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  • A good pair of heels. ...
  • A pair of sensible flats. ...
  • Tailored, high-quality jeans. ...
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Is pregnancy harder after 30? ›

Trouble conceiving: Starting in their early 30s, women become less fertile, and it may take them longer to get pregnant. Complications during pregnancy: Women older than age 35 have a higher risk for diabetes and high blood pressure during pregnancy. Older women are also more likely to be pregnant with multiples.

What is the average weight of a 32 year old woman? ›

Average weights of U.S. women across the adult lifespan are: Ages 20-39: 167.6 pounds. Ages 40-59: 176.4 pounds. Ages 60 and up: 166.5 pounds.

What age is a woman's prime? ›

Women's media and pop culture are major contributors to the oft-cited narrative that ages 30-39 are a woman's supposed “prime” — socially, professionally, physically, sexually and emotionally.

At what age do women's looks peak? ›

"We also asked when a woman is most beautiful: Men believe female beauty peaks at 29, while women give themselves a few more years, answering, on average, 31." Allure teamed up with the Penn Schoen Berland to survey 2,000 people across the country.

What age is a woman's peak? ›

Sexual peak refers to a period of your life when you are most capable of having frequent sex that is high in quality. Research suggests that women reach their sexual peak in their 30s whereas men peak in their late teens.

What happens to a man at 30? ›

As a result, the body progressively starts to experience changes in libido, erectile function, bone density, and lean muscle mass, and the risk for cardiovascular disease and metabolic syndrome increases [R].

Is 30 too old to start a career? ›

No one is too old for starting over. You can find a job that makes you happy and fulfilled. Depending on your age, you may have 35 years or more of work ahead of you. Contemplate if you're willing to keep working in a career that doesn't fit you.

What is the best age in your life? ›

A new survey finds most Americans believe the “sweet spot” in life is right in the mid-30s. A poll of 2,000 people finds four in 10 would not go back to their 20s. Instead, the perfect age to be frozen in time at is 36 years-old.

What happens to your body at 30? ›

After age 30, people tend to lose lean tissue. Your muscles, liver, kidney, and other organs may lose some of their cells. This process of muscle loss is called atrophy. Bones may lose some of their minerals and become less dense (a condition called osteopenia in the early stages and osteoporosis in the later stages).

How do you embrace your 30s? ›

So you're thirty years old.
Learn to be comfortable alone.
  1. Learn to enjoy being quiet, silent, and contemplative. ...
  2. Read a book or watch a movie at home.
  3. Make a list of all the people in your life you're thankful to have and write them notes telling them how important they are to you.
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At what age does middle age end? ›

middle age, period of human adulthood that immediately precedes the onset of old age. Though the age period that defines middle age is somewhat arbitrary, differing greatly from person to person, it is generally defined as being between the ages of 40 and 60.

Is 38 years old old? ›

What is 'old'? Most people wouldn't say that a 38-year-old qualifies, but once you pass the median age of 37.8, you may statistically be considered “old,” said Tom Ludwig, emeritus professor of psychology at Hope College in Holland, Mich.

What age is midlife? ›

What exactly is middle age, anyway? Midlife is generally accepted as the years between ages 40 and 60 , but there's about 10 years of wiggle room on either side of this range.

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What Every Woman Needs to Know About Men? ›

First published in 1983, What Every Woman Should Know About Men explains to women how, and why, men are different. Written primarily for single and married women over twenty five, Brothers is a source for understanding evolving thoughts and beliefs on male and female differences.

At what age do you start to decline? ›

Researchers with Duke University's School of Medicine suggest that physical decline begins in the decade of the 50s and worsens as we age, especially for those who don't exercise.

At what age is it all downhill? ›

"The progression of your life is more or less like a hill," Moore said. "Thirty-five is historically about the age when things start to go down . . . but it's a very individual and variable thing." After age 35, the body begins a gradual descent into older age, with an emphasis on gradual.

What happens to your body at 80 years old? ›

Your bones, joints and muscles

With age, bones tend to shrink in size and density, weakening them and making them more susceptible to fracture. You might even become a bit shorter. Muscles generally lose strength, endurance and flexibility — factors that can affect your coordination, stability and balance.

What is the number 1 thing on people's bucket list? ›

Desire to travel (78.5% of participants) Desire to accomplish a personal goal (78.3%) Desire to achieve specific life milestones (51%) Desire to spend quality time with friends and family (16.7%)

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What is your bucket list in your life? ›

A bucket list is a list of the experiences or achievements that a person hopes to have or accomplish during their lifetime. A bucket list is an itemized list of goals people want to accomplish before they “kick the bucket” — or die.

What should I start doing in my 30s? ›

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What is age 30 called? ›

There are different words for people in each decade of age: A person between 10 and 19 years old is called a denarian. A person between 20 and 29 is called a vicenarian. A person between 30 and 39 is called a tricenarian. A person between 40 and 49 is called a quadragenarian.

Is 30 too old to start over? ›

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  5. Start Now.
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What happens to a woman's body at age 30? ›

After age 30, people tend to lose lean tissue. Your muscles, liver, kidney, and other organs may lose some of their cells. This process of muscle loss is called atrophy. Bones may lose some of their minerals and become less dense (a condition called osteopenia in the early stages and osteoporosis in the later stages).

How women's bodies change in their 30s? ›

“As women enter their 30s, they may start to notice changes to their body, whether it's slower metabolism, looser skin, longer healing times, less energy, etc.,” explained Dr.

Can you turn your life around at 30? ›

You can turn your life around at 30. Your age shouldn't matter if you really want to make a change in your life. However, it's difficult to change at a fundamental level anymore.

What age is considered old for a woman? ›

When are we considered old? For women, the old age threshold is about 73; for men, 70. Scherbov layers his concept of prospective age with another quality, which he calls “characteristic aging.”

Why is 30th birthday called Dirty Thirty? ›

The Urban Dictionary defines the “dirty 30s” as the age at which single women without children realize that their biological clock is ticking and, as a consequence, may lower their standards … in order to find a mate.” Hah.

What is Dirty Thirty? ›

Dirty 30 is a simple thirty minute workout that will challenge the most seasoned athlete, yet is accessible to anyone, even those just beginning their workout journey. Dirty 30 consists of just four exercises, adding reps with each round to challenge you where you are in the moment.

Is 30 too late to get married? ›

There has been a never-ending debate about the right age to get married. While some feel 20s is the ideal time to tie the knot, for many 30s is the phase of life when you are more stable and mature to take the plunge. In reality, there are pros and cons to getting hitched at any age.

How much should I be making in my 30s? ›

For Americans ages 25 to 34, the median salary is $960 per week or $49,920 per year. That's a big jump from the median salary for 20- to 24-year-olds.

Is 30 too old to find love? ›

"Love can happen at any age. Don't pressure yourself so much, and don't allow singleness to make you believe that there's something wrong with you." Moyo adds, "You're not late. There's no rule book that says dating has to start and end at a certain age.

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