In just over four months, I'll be turning 30. And I'm definitely comfortable with that. I'm getting really tired of the idea that 30 is considered old. It doesn't seem old to me. My 20s have been pretty amazing...or at least, most of them were. I'm ending them on a bit of a low note, but that's not important! The important part is that my 20s have been outstanding, and I'm excited to see what my 30s will bring. (Besides wedding invitations and baby showers. EVERYONE IS GETTING MARRIED AND HAVING BABIES, in case you hadn't picked up on that in previous blog posts.)
And while I view 30 as exciting, I'm not quite ready to say goodbye to my 20s. During the next four months, I'm hoping to get at least some parts of my life back on track. (A desperately needed change.) However, I also think I owe it to my 20s to throw them a great farewell party. Make sure they know how important they are to me, and appreciate all the adventures they afforded me.
So I'm brainstorming--and I need your help. What are the things that people should do/see/try/learn in their 20s? Leave me a suggestion in the comments below or on facebook, twitter, or email.