I am a 30-year-old single woman and you know what!! I am fabulous

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Dear Readers,

A women’s life is defined by different leaders of age, her school life where she is young and immature, her college life where slowly she transforms herself from a girl to a very young women, her work life where she is a complete woman, smart and independent, her married life where she becomes a wife and a mother and her old age where she has seen and experienced everything about life and its beauty. The most important turning point in her life is when she reaches the age of 30 where she is single and she is independent. I feel this is the most critical age in a women’s life. By this time of her age she knows what is the reality of life, what she wants to become in life, her past experience had tough her some hard lessons about life, she has molded herself wisely and she is more confident about herself, she as her own opinions and views of things in life, she is ready to take risk in life, she has learned to say “NO” to things which she disagrees, she is not ready to do things against her will, her beauty has evolved itself to the maximum limit and her personality is one treat to watch. Her personality can make anyone go crazy for her. She is a lady now and she is fabulous.

Today’s society also has some opinions about her. Society says, β€œWhen you are in school you should study and when you are 30 years old you should get married” or ” Marriage should happen at the right age or you will have problems having kids” or ” Marriage is more important than your career and you should focus on that” or “You will regret if the right time of marriage goes away” or ” If you don’t get married you will never be happy in life” and many more opinions for her.

Does getting married is the only thing we are born for? Do we really need a man in life for our happiness? If we don’t marry or produce kids we will not be accepted by society? Have any men followed these rules or has this kind of pressure for marriage? Has anyone asked us what we want to do with our lives? I guess the answer is “NO”.

Dear women, your self-worth are defined by you. You don’t have to depend on someone telling you who you are. If we are not a virgin, that does not mean that we are characterless or we are in a relationship but it only means that we have a right to choice what we want. We love wearing modern outfits, that do not mean we want to provoke men but it only means that we have a right to choice what you want to wear. We love hanging out with friends that do not mean that we are crossing the line of being women but it only means that we love going out. We mostly carry a smile when we speak to anyone that does not mean we are interested in having a relation with anyone but it only means that we have a charming personality. Whenever we party, we booze that does not mean that we have low moral values but it only means we are fond of drinking at parties. We touch, pat and hug even our male friends that do not mean we want to have sex with them but it only means that we are comfortable with them. We work in night shift that does not mean we must be into something’s immortal but it only means our work demands so.

If we don’t say out loud the feelings that we feel for ourselves, this judgmental society will never stop saying. Our life decisions lie in our own hands and no one else nor our parents or even society whether it is about marriage or having a child or wearing what you want. Sometimes, taking a step outside of your comfort zone can be scary… but with a little confidence and couple more steps the things will change around you. A strong woman is a woman determined to do something others are determined not to be done. The biggest adventure that you can take is to live the life of your dreams. Do it!!

I am not a woman, I am force of nature and you know what!! I am fabulous.

Regards,
Swati Chaurasia

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