The age where you’ll be at your hap­pi­est

CLEO (Singapore) - - ADULTING -

A UK-based study found that 70 per­cent of Bri­tish adults didn’t feel truly happy un­til they hit 33. Which makes sense, be­cause by that age, most would have cleared off siz­able debts, es­tab­lished a ca­reer, and hope­fully own their first home. Ap­par­ently, this is also the best pos­si­ble age to get preg­nant. In an­other study pub­lished in the Jour­nal

of Health and So­cial Be­hav­iour, so­ci­ol­o­gists found that those who had their first child at 34 had fewer com­pli­ca­tions. Mums at that age were also found to be more emo­tion­ally ma­ture and fi­nan­cially se­cure.

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