Anyone else feel like time moves faster as you age? It’s almost like the years are evaporating. Looking back to my college days, I always thought I’d feel mature and “adult” when I reached 35. I imagined I would have crossed off all the goals on my bucket list. Instead, 35 has arrived—and I’m still a work in progress. But you know what? That’s OKAY. In fact, the best part of aging is gaining the wisdom to admit you don’t know everything! Life is about learning, adapting and growing. So, allow me to share a few kernels of knowledge I’ve picked up along the way… 35 life lessons at 35.
These tips are a motley assortment and in no particular order. Just things I wish I could have told my “younger” self.
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These photos are all from our time in Tasmania, Australia this past summer. It was never a place we expected to visit, but was so jaw-droppingly beautiful. I’ve never seen such a varied landscape. In some places it looked like the Swiss Alps, in others coastal New England, still others… Napa Valley. I’ll be doing a full post about Tasmania, so stay tunned for much better views!
—-With love and gratitude, Lindsay
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Victoria Martin | 5th Dec 18
You should write a book. I love reading your blog!!
Jenifer | 7th Dec 18
Amazing post! I definitely agree with all these tips. I totally agree with Victoria, you should write a book!
laveremis | 9th Dec 18
Wow, thank you Jenifer. I so admire the work you do on your blog an Instagram, so this made my day!
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