This is the kind of stuff that celebrities need to be saying.
Don’t be blindly loyal to anyone but yourself.
Everything in life has a purpose and everything that happens teaches us a lesson, right? By the time we reach our mid-20s we’ve learned about 98% of these lessons and there will only be dozens more each year. Maybe the lesson was different for you, but the moment is the same for us all.
Circumstances and interactions shape us in who we end up becoming, specifically referring to our parents.
Not everyone will like you and some people will judge you. But it truly doesn’t matter.
As a teenager your parents asked you what time you would be coming home that night. This wasn’t because you had a curfew. It was because they were planning to have loud sex while you were away.
Peak excitement was watching your sibling say something rude or snappy to your parents because you knew they were about to get punished.
1. Carry mace around with your finger on the trigger. Crazies are everywhere. Invest in some pepper spray and when you’re walking alone, even just a few blocks, have it out and ready.
We want things money can no longer buy. We want happiness, but a new phone won’t suffice.
Things are different in your 30s. If you’re a twenty-something, that might be hard to imagine from where you’re standing. But think about what you wanted out of life ten years ago. Was it absolutely ridiculous?