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Good habits for everyone aged 30 and over

Have you used your twenties to build a dazzling collection of bad habits? OK then. These were the years of great freedom, and walking through life haphazardly is fun.

From 30, however, things will be different. The hangovers are getting worse. The wrinkles deeper. The lovers more affectionate. But that doesn't have to be bad at all. Because mostly the jobs get better (and with them the salary). The talks are getting more serious. The possibilities are more exciting and the number of stupid things still to be done is smaller. If you do it cleverly and pay attention to a few basic things.

How do we know? A few of the things we should be doing in our thirties are obvious (and still often difficult for us), some science has proven, and some we have simply listened to advice from people in their thirties and now regret some or pat yourself proudly on the shoulder.

These are the 10 best habits you should start building in your thirties

These are the 10 best habits you should start building in your thirties

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  • 1. Quit smoking.

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  • 2. Start going to bed and getting up at the same time each day.

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  • 3. Start exercising regularly.

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  • 4. Start keeping a journal.

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  • 5. Start saving.

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  • 6. Start pursuing a lifelong dream.

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  • 7. Start being satisfied with what you have.

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  • 8. Stop trying to please everyone.

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  • 9. Stop comparing yourself to others all the time.

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  • 10. Start forgiving yourself for your mistakes.

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