Lindsay Lohan doesn't have any regrets, but she does wish she surrounded herself with better people.
The "Mean Girls" star gets candid about her accomplishments and mistakes in a new interview with Vanity Fair.
Lohan -- who turns the big 3-0 on July 2nd -- says she excited to enter the next decade of her life.
"I feel great!" she says of her milestone birthday. "Age is only a number, right? I have learned a lot over time. I am in a wonderful place in life and look forward to the near and far future and projects that I am working on."
Though she's pretty much stayed out of the spotlight the last few years, the actress says she has a lot of big projects in the works.
"I am in the process of writing a book, and I am very excited to share my personal experiences in life and how to overcome obstacles," she reveals. "I hope that my words will connect with those who need some guidance when [or] if they are in a tough place. I am grateful that I have a voice, which I can now feel comfortable using as a platform to let people know that we all have ups and downs in life, and we can all come up from the downs if we get in touch with our inner self and spiritual side."
She's also planning to return to the big screen in this next decade of her life. "Making more films, writing my book, starting my charity, working with children a lot. Maybe having some of my own soon—after I get some movies done, first," she says of her future plans.
While Lindsay has had her fair share of trials and tribulations -- from 2007-2013 she was arrested for multiple DUIs, reckless driving and shoplifting -- she says she doesn't have any regrets.
"I wouldn't call things regrets, per se. I can't turn back time. But if I could, I would have listened more to my mother and gone back home to N.Y.C. earlier in life and chosen my friends more wisely," she admits.
The "Parent Trap" star also says she's very proud of who she has become. "Being strong and allowing myself to accept my faults, and with that, being the person I am today," she names as her proudest accomplishments.
And if she could give an advice to her younger self, she'd say to be more humble and grateful.
"My mother taught me to always be humble, and that is something I live by still today, so I would say that," she confesses. " I would also probably say don't go too fast. Pay attention to the people you surround yourself with and make sure they have honest intentions. Put yourself first, and just breathe. Be happy and always be grateful for the moment you have in front of you. Be here, now."
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