Young woman tourist in her 30s with rolling suitcase holding passport
31 Things Every Woman Should Cross Off Their Bucket List Before Turning 30
Travel to Another Country
Travel can teach you not only about the world and other cultures, but you might even find that you learn more about yourself, too. Plus, your 20s are a great time to travel to a country whose native language differs from your own, as it's easier to pick up a new language when you're young.
Have $10k In Savings
If saving $10,000 is a lofty target, save whatever amount makes sense for you, because the most important thing is to start saving early and cultivate a good savings routine by the time you hit 30. Here is one helpful money-saving method: Save 10% to 20% of each paycheck and break up your savings into different funds.
Invest In Property
We don’t necessarily mean buying a house — though if you can, go for it! Investing in property can take a lot of different forms and can even be used as a side hustle, like listing a property as an Airbnb or using it as a rental property.
Have A Skincare Routine
Your 30s are when you’re likely to start noticing signs of aging, so get a solid skincare routine started in your 20s. To keep fine lines and wrinkles at bay, use the basics like cleanser, moisturizer, sun protection, and treatment products like retinol or vitamin C serum.
Exercise Regularly
It’s never too late to start creating a regular exercise routine, especially if you’re more inclined toward the couch potato lifestyle. The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics says you should be getting at least 2.5 hours of moderate exercise per week and strength training at least twice a week.