For some individuals, turning Thirty Years of age is a significant advancement. To a couple of, it signifies completion of youth, while others consider it to be the start of complete grown their adult years. Paris-based image taker Stephane Domingues, who turned 30 in December 2013, sees the 30s as a duration to be emphatic and certain after a time of self-revelation in your 20s. Analytical about exactly what other 30-year-olds thought of the huge 3-0, Domingues collected his sacks and left on a round-the-world outing to tape the countenances and expressions of 30-year-olds over the globe. Through representations and inside and out conferences, Domingues offers an around the world viewpoint on being 30.
So have a look at being 30 today.
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Beatrice. Entrepreneur. Likoma Island, Malawi.
“I am oId…because 30 is a lot of years…I have 3 chidren already, the oldest is 11.
Oscar. Miner. Potosi, Bolivia.
“Turning 30 did not change much in life. I got my first children quite early (21 yo) and all responsibilities came at that time
Stefanie. Actor, writer, model. New York, United States.
“I don’t really care about being 30, I am confident enough to just not care
Faruk. Fisherman. Ilha do Mozambique, Mozambique.
“My best memory will be ‘right now!’ Why? Because I am able to have a better job and income than ever before
Kevin. Software developer. Cape Town, South Africa.
“I don’t feel old, just more experienced and that’s really a good thing!
Zoltan. Project manager. Budapest, Hungary.
“Within 10 years, I want to accomplish travels such as visiting Mayan ruins. Basically, I want to fill my mind with memories… I will be able in 10 years, to tell stories about my travels, how fun they were.
janice. Marketing consultant. So Paulo, Brazil.
“I have a lot to do in a really short time… Travel as much as possible, get married, and have children, and write a book… I need dreams to be happy
Anne. Consultant. Paris, France.
“I am 30, I don’t feel old, I am young at heart… That’s what really matters!”
Magdalena. Tourism marketing/logistics. Puerto Tranquilo, Chile.
“The only thing that changed is that, when someone asks my age, I try to avoid saying it
Sindani. Housewife. Masai Village, Tanzania.
“Even if life is quite tough, I wouldn’t change anything. We have the basics: a home and water.
Maceo. Entrepreneur. Los Angeles, USA.
“They say that in your 30s you settle in your identity, and I feel that’s very much true…”
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