Maceo. Entrepreneur. Los Angeles, USA.
“They say that in your 30s you settle in your identity, and I feel that’s very much true…”
“I am oId…because 30 is a lot of years…I have 3 chidren already, the oldest is 11. That is almost as if the next generation was already there… It seems like my life is already settled and won’t deviate much from what it is now in the future.”
Janice. Marketing consultant. São 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!”
Sindani. Housewife. Masai Village, Tanzania.
“Even if life is quite tough, I wouldn’t change anything. We have the basics: a home and water.”
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.”
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.”