Olivia Wilde Offers Up Advice to 30-Year-Olds in Glamour September 2013

Olivia Wilde Offers Up Advice to 30-Year-Olds in Glamour September 2013

With her film “Rush” nearing its anticipated premiere, Olivia Wilde scored a feature in the September 2013 issue of Glamour magazine.

While chatting with the publication, the 29-year-old actress offered her advice to all readers who are approaching the age of 30.

Check out a few highlights from Miss Wilde”s interview below. For more, be sure to visit Glamour!

On traveling:
“This is possibly the last time until retirement that you won”t be considered a bad person for booking a last-minute ticket to Morocco with friends just because you damn well feel like it. You”re old enough to know where not to go (Cancún) but young enough to feel guilt-free being entirely unreachable.”

On marriage:
“Sure, you”ve attended more bridal showers than yoga classes in the past year, but that doesn”t mean you”re destined to be a craggy spinster, searching for roommates on Craigslist at 50. The danger with “husband hunting” is you start to see every date as a job interview (“He does seem to be homosexual, but that might be good for fatherhood!”); it clouds your ability to get to know someone.”

On learning something new:
“You”ve already lived longer than most women in the thirteenth century, so why not look at your thirtieth as a rebirth I started stand-up paddleboarding at 29 and consider it my baby step toward becoming a badass 30-something semipro surf goddess (as long as the sharks go vegan).”

On having kids:
“I love kids with a passion I usually reserve for hot cheese, miniature chairs, and Prince concerts, but I feel no stress to reproduce simply because of a fear of withering eggs. Wait for the right partner, and make sure you”re where you want to be in life before picking neighborhoods based on school districts. This is not to suggest you should live irresponsibly for the next 10 years, then expect to get knocked up when your chosen dude finally sneezes inside you. But you”ll never find the right baby-maker or enjoy baby-making if you”re doing it out of anxiety. Relax, be good to your body, and when the time is right, get busy.”

On getting plastic surgery:
“I am so saddened and grossed out by young women who look like creepy, old aliens because of their new Barbie noses and lips. Is that a smile or a grimace Did you melt hot wax on your face, or is that your skin A better approach: Take care of yourself now that you”re old enough to know how. Drink water, sleep eight hours (I wish), and don”t go within 400 feet of a tanning booth or I”ll slap you. Hard.”