If women are feeling their most comfortable and confident in their 30s, why shouldn't they be able to wear pieces they're finally happy to wear? "You should try online dating." As if most thirtysomethings haven't thought of this already.As if they haven't already been bombarded by potential suitors with unsolicited dick pics or have experienced confusing Tinder profile photos featuring newborn babies in a hospital (Is this guy married? Many people assume online dating expedites the situation, but it sometimes only makes being single feel worse.4. Right in a bar." This could be true, but it's more fun to not meet Mr."You're too picky." It's funny how when you're a teenager, you're told never to settle and to reach for your dreams. You're not a parent." We know how busy our thirtysomething friends with kids are and that it has to be challenging to have another small human being to take care of, but that doesn't mean we can't empathize and have a sympathetic ear. Right with a drink in your hand and good conversation with friends.7.
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Waiting for everything to "fall into place."It can't. Stop thinking that when you finally get a promotion, Mr.
Go against the grain; it might end up feeling right.2.
Once you turn 30 — and especially if you're still single — people treat you differently because you're no longer in a post-college phase. You're the chick who should have everything figured out and "know better." The 30s have a mystique of babies and boringness about them, but that's only because of dated notions that result in unsolicited, antiquated advice.
That's why you should never say these things to women in their 30s.1.
"You need to have a baby before you're 35." While science has shown that it's harder to have babies after this age, that doesn't mean women still can't do it.
Case in point: Julianne Moore, Nicole Kidman, and Laura Linney. Non-celebrity women are doing it every day, and like J.
Lo would say (who also gave birth at a later age), they're doing it well.2.