Unfortunately, all it says right now is:
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Lame. And the new entry isn’t on jasonmraz.com yet because that site seems to lag way behind lately. Let’s hope that Jason has written about whatever life-altering epiphany he experienced by turning 30, because I could use the directions. Or maybe he’ll say that there is no epiphany to be had. That waking up 30 feels much like waking up 29, or even 25, and nobody really cares about that extra year or holds it against you, or puts it in your favor, not even your insurance agent or the guy who figures out your credit score. You get a little more life experience, a little bit closer to figuring out why your parents did what they did and were who they were at your age, and then you eat cake and ice cream.
And in my case, you also get back to work.