40 ways your Priorities should change after 40

by: Alexander Breindel

  1. You don’t let others’ opinions determine your life path
  2. You stop trying to change what you can’t control
  3. You focus on real friendships
  4. You make self-care a top priority
  5. You stop striving for perfection
  6. You learn the difference between problems that need solving and situations that don’t
  7. You know how to leave toxic relationships
  8. You weigh the consequences of your actions
  9. You value your “faults”
  10. You realize that complaining isn’t getting you anywhere
  11. You prioritize your whole-body wellness
  12. You start to ponder what happens after you’re gone
  13. You take time to decompress
  14. You prioritize happiness over achievement
  15. You make finding a fulfilling career a priority
  16. You seek meaning over material
  17. You get a handle on your work/life balance
  18. You get your stress under control
  19. You prepare for an empty nest
  20. You think about the goals you’ve forgotten
  21. You start preparing for retirement
  22. You think about life insurance
  23. You consider long-term care
  24. You ponder your legacy
  25. You value reflection over spontaneity
  26. You focus on longevity
  27. You become okay with saying “no”
  28. You follow your instincts
  29. Your contextualize your life
  30. You stop caring how old you look
  31. You invest in your long-term health
  32. You think more about yourself
  33. You stop comparing yourself to others
  34. You value kindness
  35. You stop thinking about regrets
  36. You stop judging others
  37. You stop trying to please everyone
  38. You stop being afraid of “missing out”
  39. You work smarter, not harder
  40. You let others help you

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