Golden Year

Image by tigerlily713 from Pixabay

Recently I had turned 22 years old; yay me! The past year of my life was a difficult one especially since around the time I turned 21 the pandemic was still something very unknown and feared. It still should be as the various variants are still out there and we could still get infected. However, turning 22 has given me some relief; it showed me that despite the difficult year I had, I was able to push on and make it to my next birthday. This year is a special one for me as I had learned that this year is what’s considered to be my golden year. I got a bit confused since I had never heard of a golden year till recently. So I wanted to go ahead and share with you guys what this means for those whoo don’t know what it means.

We all know that each month carries between 28-31 days and we also know when it is our birthday. I would like for you to take a look at the date of your birthday. The main thing you should look at is the day of your birthday(e.g 6/28/56) The number in the middle is considered your golden year. In short, your golden year is when your age is the same as the day you were born. My birthday is July 22 and this year I turned 22 years old. So this year is my golden year. If your birthday happens to be on the first of any month, you already had your golden year when you were a year old.

I would like for the USG community and fellow readers to take a look at your birthdays and see if you had your golden year yet or not. Some of you may even share a golden year which would be pretty awesome for some. If you have any questions, concerns, or suggestions, please let me know and I’ll back to you on that. Let me know below if you had your golden year yet and I’ll see you all in the next blog! πŸ™‚

Image by Hermann Traub from Pixabay

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4 Responses to Golden Year

  1. Steve Simon says:

    Thanks, Marianeli! As someone who may actually be entering what I had previously known as my “golden years,” I never knew there was an actual Golden Year as you have defined it for me! Alas, mine is long since past, but I’m going to make up for it by enjoying each and every year ahead! πŸ™‚

    • madl2021 says:

      That’s great to hear Steve! We all got to make sure that every day and year is exciting and better than the last! πŸ™‚

  2. Laura DeMarco says:

    I had my golden year when I turned nine! My family went to Great Wolf Lodge for the weekend to celebrate.

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