It is thought by some that turning 50 is a big birthday milestone. But getting old is never easy, here are my 50th birthday survival kit ideas.
I got a family member turning 50 next months and it safe to say this family member is terrified at turning this age.
Well who wouldn’t be? It thought by some that turning 50 means you’re over the hills, half a century old and well do I need to go on? I think you get the picture.
Personally I still believe they (some evil clever geniuses) will invent an elixir where they able to halt the aging process and I will be forever young; kind of like Death Become Her.
Anyway, getting back on topic. Surviving the big 5-0. While some take it in their stride and it doesn’t bother them, while others are basically terrified and wondered where the years have gone.
Don’t panic, as always help is at hand. I am here to help you survive this big birthday milestone. So while this doesn’t necessarily concern me (for the moment – remember the elixir I’m waiting for!), I’m writing this for my family member and giving them my 50th birthday survival kit ideas. As you can’t turn this milestone alone, you will be needing a kit to help you, a little guide helping you navigate the next 50 years of your life.
Experiences that never get old
If you enjoyed thrilled seeking in your youth, there no reasons why you can’t stop living the wild life. There are many experiences that never get old, such as:
- Spa Break.
- Backpacking across Europe.
- White Water Rafting.
- Mountain climbing.
- Sky Diving.
For the young at heart
There’s a saying, you shouldn’t judge a person by their age, but by their shoes size. (Not quite sure why people say this really.) This for the people who are eternally young at heart, the one who live by their shoes size.
- A fancy dressed surprise party.
- An adventure weekend.
- A pamper day.
For him & Her:
Turning 50 is a big milestone for both a man and a woman, it often the time when they can spend more time with families and with their hobbies. This is for him & her, the special people in your life.
- A hobbies monthly subscription box.
- Wine making kit.
- A baking/cooking kit.
- Psychic reading tarot cards
I hope my 50th birthday survival kit ideas have not only helped you, but also have helped my family member who is reading this.
Do you have any suggestion of your own on how to survive a 50th birthday?
(written for OnBuy)