When you think of life as a finite number of years, turning 30 means you’ve used up 30 days of birthday celebrations, 30 Christmas days with loved ones, and 30 New Year’s Eves rounding in a fresh start. On our wall is an 8 by 10 grid of squares. Assuming a lifespan of 80, 3 of those rows have now been shaded. How do you want to shade the remaining 5 (and do you even get to?) and where are the most precious hours of your days going?

When was the last time you took a step back and remembered your dream?

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When you think of life as a finite number of years, turning 30 means you’ve used up 30 days of birthday celebrations, 30 Christmas days with loved ones, and 30 New Year’s Eves rounding in a fresh start. On our wall is an 8 by 10 grid of squares. Assuming a lifespan of 80, 3 of those rows have now been shaded. How do you want to shade the remaining 5 (and do you even get to?) and where are the most precious hours of your days going?

When was the last time you took a step back and remembered your dream?

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