Growing up isn’t always fun, which is why people like Peter Pan and Michael Jackson have famously tried to put it off. Unfortunately, if you’re neither famous nor fictional, you will be expected to eventually act like an adult. A major part of this process involves acquiring more skills—think of it like leveling up in a video game.
Just don’t refer to it that way. That’s a good example of what not to do if you want to convince people you’re the kind of mature individual who pays taxes, contributes to society, and hasn’t tried to do a keg stand in about a decade. In order to convince your parents to stop worrying about you (and your friends to start returning your calls), here are 30 things you should be able to do to by age 30.
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