Turning 30 years old was hard for me. The whole time I was 29 I kept thinking “next is 30!” When my brother, who is 9 years older than me, turned 30, I remember thinking: “he is getting old!” And now, it was going to be my turn. (I’m sure that when I’m 60 or 70, I will wish that I was as young as 30 again, and will know that thinking that 30 is old was ludicrous) When I told my coworker Connie how I felt about turning 30, she replied “age is just a number” so as to make me feel better. She succeeded for a second. This led me to think about the smart scale I have in my apartment, which when I weigh myself it also provides me further information such as my metabolic age. That’s when it clicked! I told myself “If my body is
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
I’m Lily. I live in California and study architecture. I enjoy learning about personal development and health. Through my writing I strive to share with you life lessons, tools, books, and anything creative I do or come across. Enjoy!