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7 Things Your Mom Was Right About
Family & Kids
🌷“Don skip breakfast”: It won’t take more than 10 minutes. You can either wake up a bit earlier or just cut down other parts of your morning routine like straightening your hair or checking your phone. Your mom probably has lectured you about the vital importance of breakfast so there’s no need for me to go beyond reminding you that people who have breakfast deliver better, are more alert and in a better mood.
🌷“Tidy up your room”: Truth be told, your life balance is 100% better when you work in a clean, tidy space. If you devote just 10 minutes a day, right after you get home or before catching up with your homework, to tidying up, you won’t need to spend your Saturday morning trying to declutter a week's worth of junk. For me, cleaning up my morning mess is part of my afternoon routine and I’ve long discovered its beneficial effects. You will know where everything is. Not to mention, no more mom yells!
🌷“When in doubt, always carry a jacket”: It’s better to be seen carrying around a cardigan-which you can rock around your waist like a true fashionista than end up getting a frost bite and a runny nose.
🌷“Concentrate on your studies”: Our performance and overall outlook on school during our mid/late teens can dictate our college, and as a result our career. You don't want to live with the regrets that you didn’t do as well as you know you could have.
🌷“Pay attention to the friends you make:” Being carefree and at times even reckless is one thing and involving yourself with people who bring the worst out of you is another. Find people that you genuinely care about and who appreciate you back. Don't hang around the "bad crowd." To me, these are the girls and boys who are peer-pressuring you, harassing you, judging you or in any way bullying you.
🌷“Don’t waste your money”: The best method to avoid wasting your money is to prioritize and shop accordingly. Write down all the things that you’re eyeing, their approximate prize and number them from the most important to the least. Can you get it for cheaper? Weigh your options, always baring in mind “quality over quantity”.
🌷“Cherish your adolescence”: Try and make the most out of every experience. Make friends, go to cafes and concerts and clubs and deserted alleys; Take a million pictures, break into each others house and eat pizzas for breakfast if that’s what you want.