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3 Things I know

I found myself wondering about what I really know about life at this time of mine. Like, what would I bestow upon a young grasshopper looking for guidance? Totally random thoughts started pouring out of my brain. Some useful, some, not so much.

I can ultimately advise the following insight of 3 things I know about life right now:

1. Floss! It is so important and the true secret behind every thing else dental. I know it can be a pain, un-enjoyable, and maybe gross. Butttt, it is still necessary. Think about it; many other "adult" things are super annoying to stick it out and do and this is no different. This is even more crucial because it's directly related to your personal and physical well-being.

2. College. Should you, shouldn't you? My logic, is to go with it. However, not necessarily right out of high school. Who in the actual hell knows what subject matter they wish to become an expert for at 17 or 18 years old? Exhibit A: I graduated high school convinced I would pursue a major in horticulture and a minor in business, to ultimately open up my own flower shop. Um, hello, allergy ridden your whole life. Really? You're gonna make plants grow? Pretty plants? Sure...I digress.

College is definitely a good more than an evil. Yes, even the student debt part of the scenario. I say take it with stride and with intention. Pay it back while in school along the way if you can. More often than not, I would encourage someone to pursue higher education because it does separate the pack and it does promote confidence in a person. Also, in college, you will meet so many people. Human interaction will never occur the same way again. Just trust me, you'll meet some characters. All kinds of them.

3. Clean eating. This is something that always has me learning and growing for well-being. I'll keep this simple and let an expression I heard before explain it best:

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My only gripe with this, is the fact the girl in the pic is eating what appears to be a cupcake. This insinuates a cupcake is not good to enjoy. Let's be clear: moderation is key, friends. It can be a difficult task at times, but maintain your diligence. The rest of this expression is dead on though.


That's it for today's random thought session. Come back again to see if I think I know the key to solving the Black Dahlia once and for all.

Til we meet again,
M

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