Let her learn from my mistakes, please.
Part one here. Be you. The world will adjust.
Say no to the things you don’t want to do – you don’t need an excuse.
Eat junk food while your metabolism is good.
School is great, but educate yourself on the things they leave out, too; money, things that grow, gender issues, life hacks, health, and how to make dinner out of one bendy carrot and some old pasta.
Don’t believe everything you think.
“If you live for people’s acceptance, you will die from their rejection.”
Life is too short to worry about matching socks.
Less is more. This is generally true of all things, but especially words and possessions.
If it doesn’t matter, let it go.
Tell the truth. Honesty is the highest art.
Find the people who love like you do.
Don’t compare yourself to strangers on the internet.
Drink more water.
Everyone seems normal until you get to know them.
If a feature of a woman’s appearance doesn’t have a male counterpart, it probably isn’t a real thing. See, saddlebags, VPL, thigh gap, cankles.
Babies have cellulite. It isn’t unhealthy or shameful or something to fix – it’s normal human functioning.
Set really good passwords, with non-dictionary words.
Kittens are less trouble than puppies.
Sometimes the hardest battles are between what you think and what you feel.