As a middle school English teacher, my teaching philosophy has been built on the foundation of a single quote I heard during my years in college: “Our students don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.”
In order to have a productive day, you need to eat a hearty meal.
The key to a successful marriage is living for our partner, loving them so much, and wanting to do it by a mile.
Nobody talks about depression, and rarely anyone talks about being sad. It’s taboo; it’s stigmatized, and it makes you look weak. And this is so backwards.
Being married makes you realize how selfish and stubborn you are. Marriage doesn’t allow any room for those kinds of qualities.
The biggest problem with being envious of the life others decide to share on social media is that the beautifully aesthetic photo album they’ve created for their many followers to see isn’t really a life at all.
If Kim Kardashian wouldn’t post it, you shouldn’t either.
Modern relationships have become so difficult because now, not only are we having to deal with conflicts arising in real life, or as the internet folk say “IRL,” but we are having to deal with the risk of your partner becoming involved in an online relationship.
Take a bunch of pictures of all your adventures. And actually print those pictures out and make a photo album.
Having your guy treat you right is seriously the best thing since sliced bread.