Turning 30

30 Things I've Learned About Style in Time to Turn 30

Anne T. Donahue | Posted 08.24.2015 | Canada Style
Anne T. Donahue

On Saturday, August 29, I turn 30. Three-oh. Twenty plus ten years. The age in which you are completely responsible for your own actions and can't, in any way, shape, or form, blame it on your "turbulent twenties" or "being young." That's why here, in the spirit of turning 30 and basking in life lessons, I present: 30 things I learned about style over the course of the last 30 years.

Turning 30 Shouldn't Be a Big Deal, But I've Made a Monster Out of it

The Reply | Posted 06.09.2015 | Canada Living
The Reply

Now that I was celebrating my 30th, I felt like everyone in my life was suddenly interested in how my career was going (or not going), whether or not I have someone special in my life, and about other massive life-pursuits like home buying, or even financial freedom. So instead of simply celebrating my birthday like a normal person, accepting everyone's well-wishes and moving on, I tried to avoid my birthday at all costs.

13 Things I've Learned As I Turn 30

Cheryl Muir | Posted 04.06.2015 | Canada Living
Cheryl Muir

It's hard to believe it's already February, and as 2015 rolls on it's getting closer and closer to a milestone birthday for me. In just under three months, it's the big 3-0! I'm in a great place in my life and I'm so excited to turn 30. I wouldn't give back my twenties for anything. Although those years were fun, there were a lot of lessons I had to learn the hard way.

I'm Over 30 and I Don't Care About "Acting My Age"

The Purple Fig | Posted 08.03.2014 | Canada Living
The Purple Fig

So 31-year-old me, my two mid-20s male coworkers, and one of their girlfriends were drinking forties out of paper bags in the parking lot of a dive bar at midnight. As we slammed the last of the malt liquor and headed inside the bar, I couldn't help but think... Am I acting my age?

On Being 30 and Learning to Say "No"

Simone Katerine | Posted 03.28.2012 | Canada Living
Simone Katerine

In my 20s, I feel like I just let life happen to me. I said "yes" to so many things that I felt like I was Alice, tumbling down the rabbit hole towards whatever new self-created chaos awaited me. Eventually I learned that being alone felt so much better than having to deal with the fallout of my bad choices.