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13 Things to Do Before Turning 50

Mary is that hermit who loves the occasional adventure thrill from traveling and discovering new places and experiences.

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The big 50 is almost here, and you realize you’ve done very little with your life. Don’t get worked up. This article contains all that you need to do before turning fifty. So, get ready to check some boxes, will ya?

1. Travel with Someone You Love

Traveling with someone you care about might bring you closer than you ever dreamed. When you travel with someone, their true self emerges, and it's preferable to have this experience now rather than later.

2. Spend the Night in a Castle

A really amazing and atmospheric experience! Either go on a romantic getaway as a couple and reserve a cozy apartment in a stately mansion or make a big deal out of it and gather your family or a group of friends for a special get-together.

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3. Become Someone's Mentor

If you've ever been mentored, you know how powerful it can be in shaping someone's fate. Being the light at the end of the tunnel for someone in need might be one of the most rewarding decisions you ever make.

4. Drive a Sports Car

Even if driving isn’t your thing, you can guarantee everyone has a set of wheels they'd like to test out. It doesn’t matter if it's a brand new sports vehicle or a vintage race car, you might save money and have an unforgettable time by treating yourself to a day on the track.

5. Start Journaling

Keeping a journal and revisiting it years later to see how far you've progressed may be a rewarding experience. You can keep a public or private diary, a blog, a vlog, or a podcast.

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6. Ride in a Limousine

This isn't only for weddings and proms... It's a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to feel like a movie star as you cruise around a metropolis at night. Consider treating yourself and a few friends to a nice supper or event to celebrate your 50th birthday by arriving in style.

7. Become a Pro at Something

Although it is essential to have a broad knowledge of a variety of subjects and skill sets, you should also strive to become an expert in one particular field. If someone in your life mentions your name, there should be a skill that they know they can depend on you for at all times. Develop into a person with a T-shaped profile.

8. Go See the Egyptian Pyramids

There are around 80 pyramids, of which three are located in Giza. Additionally, it is recommended that at least two or three days be spent exploring the City of Luxor. Other well-known tourist destinations in Egypt include Alexandria and the Great Sphinx, so you can be sure that your schedule for your trip of a lifetime will be well-packed with activities.

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9. Visit Your Elementary Teacher

It is important that we constantly give the persons who were responsible for our education when we were younger more credit than they receive. For most of us, they instructed us in areas that we probably can't even recall, yet those instructions affected a great deal of the significant choices that we made all along our path.

10. Learn Another Language

Research has shown that learning a second language not only enhances your ability to communicate with others, it also helps you build general communication skills. This makes acquiring a second language a useful tool for traveling.

11. Be Career-Diverse

Today, we live in a world where hyphens are used often. You're an entrepreneur, writer, public speaker, etc. Owing to the fact that people are living longer than ever before, and technology is shifting sectors and marketplaces at a quicker rate than ever before, it is not just conceivable to have more than one career- it is important to do so.

12. Rent a Large Holiday House for Your 50th Birthday

What could possibly be more enjoyable than asking all of your closest friends and family members to join you in celebrating your birthday? You may make your vacation precisely what you want it to be by making reservations for the meals, activities, or entertainment.

13. Reach Out to an Old Friend

If there is someone you haven't talked to in a few years, or perhaps ten years, it's time to get in touch with them. Make contact with them. In this social media age, you do not even have to call. With just one tap and a single swipe, you’ll be reconnected in no time. Shoot your old buddy a message!

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