AvatarX wrote:Last year before the 30+
You just HAD to mention it, didn't you?
Speaking from my own experience, after 30, every age seems the same (=old enough to take many responsibilities for your life, make a family, have a "safe" job, buy house, think for your insurance etc.), so enjoy the last year before really diving to it
Also there is a huge difference in other people faces when you tell them that you are 30 vs 29
"You can live to be a hundred if you give up all the things that make you want to live to be a hundred."