somebody say when we turn into our 20’s, its best part of our life . and another group is agree with 30’s. but i think when reached to 40, its like got relaxed. below mentioned why its best part our life.
You’ve made your peace with your family, even if that’s just in your head
They might be idiots that you’d never choose as friends, but they’re the only family you’ll have and you know to make the most of them.
With any luck your parents are still around and have finally realised that you are an ADULT who doesn’t need to have their hand held while crossing the road.
You’ve learned to ignore what other people think about you
You know that you don’t like everyone you meet and that it works the same in reverse.
You’ve learned to pretty much ignore fashion
If you want to go out looking like Morticia Addams fell into a box of mourning wear whilst covered in PVA glue, then who’s to stop you?
You’re at an age when people just think you’re eccentric rather than badly dressed.
If you have kids, they’re likely to be older
This enables you to dispense kindly ‘been there, done that’ advice while having the luxury of being able to give that screaming child back to its mother and go home to drink your coffee in peace.
If it’s cold, you wear a coat
And maybe even a scarf on a night out, with no embarrassment whatsoever.
You almost certainly have a mini umbrella in your handbag.
It takes years to realise that there’s nothing attractive about being blue with cold – life is much more fun if your toes aren’t numb.
You rarely weigh yourself
But when your waistband gets uncomfortably tight you eat less and exercise more for a little while, because you like feeling healthy.
When there’s a choice to be made between cake or grumpy abstinence, the cake will win every time
You know that life’s too short to pass up a good chocolate brownie.
Work and/or commitments mean that a night out has to be planned with military precision
You can’t just pop out at 11pm if there’s work in the morning or a child that’s likely to wake at 4am after the babysitter’s gone home.
You schedule this stuff to the finest detail.
It’s just that the hangovers last longer
But we’re accustomed to this so we scheduled our week in order to have at least two clear days to get over it.
And we need it, because we know that if something’s worth doing, it’s worth doing well. Pass the gin!