Travis Glass is going to turn 30 and also his lifetime couldn't be worse. He resides with his mother. He's a door sales man. And the longtime love of his life is wed to his own brother. His descent into loserdom goes back into a fateful and humiliating week in high school, and each of Travis wants is an additional opportunity. Take care what you want... Travis wakes up the next morning with a opportunity to relive life's firsts all. While trying out the past, he also chooses to help save a lifetime, endanger a union, and lose the very precious thing in his differently flawed future. Before he knows it, Travis is transported back into maturity, planning to show 30 again, along with his life couldn't be worse... Now, before he understands how to put things right once and for 29, he will need to keep hopping back and forth between high school and maturity. However, how can you put things when every move you make can result in a unexpected future?