28 things i’ve learned in 28 years

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28 things ive learned in 28 years– be yourself
– it’s okay to trust people (sometimes) .. (this is definitely a super personal one)
– be kind, but don’t be a pushover
– when in a creative block, don’t force it, but try to encourage yourself
– it’s okay to ask for help
– appreciate the little things
– there is nothing wrong with being an introvert

 
– be creative
– question everything
– feel no shame in going to bed early/not going ‘out’
– there are some truly amazing people in the world
– appreciate what you have, when you have it
– life can feel like a constant struggle at times. you have to find ways to deal with it.
– drink lots of water
– eat lots of vegetables
– charity shops are the best
– paul smith rose perfume is amazing
– on each hand and foot i have five fingers and five toes (i have this weird thing where i count them sometimes, just to ‘check’..i have no idea where it came from but i constantly do it)
– my initials are LR – an easy way to remember left and right when i was younger
– focus on what matters
– my body temperature control is out of whack 
– i will rarely have a full nights uninterrupted sleep
– my handwriting isn’t THAT messy
– i am a good judge of character
– i’m not going to be any taller (so stop thinking about it)
– in general, you don’t need to justify yourself to anyone
– i have zero desire to ever get married. glad the boyfriend agrees with this one.
– if you’re feeling down, depressed, sleepy, uncreative, thoughts are racing.. go for a walk, even if it’s only for a few minutes.
28 things i’ve learned in 28 years was last modified: May 6th, 2017 by laura redburn
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  • Reply Jennifer 09/12/2014 at 20:50

    Laura I 100% think this is a great list and made me smile :)

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