Lessons my Junior Year have Taught Me

  1. Do it now.
  2. Always keep the receipt.
  3. Apply for it, ask about it, GO FOR IT. God has all kinds of surprises in store, maybe it’s crazy enough to work out.
  4. Humility is rare. Be rare.
  5. Treat others as you would like to be treated, and don’t forget to treat yourself just as well.
  6. Make yourself proud. If anyone else is proud, count it as a bonus.
  7. Always always always trust your intuition. Leave when you feel you should leave, reach out when you feel you should ask for help. It may not make sense now but it will later.
  8. Recognize the difference between intuition and preconceived notions.
  9. Don’t take your ability to read for granted.
  10. There are a lot of insecure people in this world—don’t judge others for coping with their insecurities differently than you.
  11. Language is powerful. Be careful and avoid shaming, offending, or attacking others.
  12. If life’s too short for bad wine, then it’s definitely too short to hang around people you don’t even like. Don’t make excuses, just leave.
  13. Assumptions can completely break you—never assume.
  14. Don’t leave your makeup in the car on a hot day in Central Texas—you’ll end up with no make up and a big mess.
  15. Surrounding yourself with positive people makes all the difference in the world.
  16. 100 out of 100 times, “I just wanna chill with you” does not actually mean, “I just wanna chill with you.” You’ve been warned.
  17. Take all advice with a grain of salt.

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