What I Learned These Past 22 Years About Life


  • First off, nobody would ever ask if you’re stressed because in life, nobody actually gives a fuck besides your parents.
  • Sometimes your parents don’t care about you either. 
  • Holding your tongue is hard sometimes but it is a necessary skill in life.
  • It helps in certain situations to just shut the fuck up.
  • No matter what you do, someone will always have something to say, and you cannot please everyone.
  • No matter what you may have been told in the 6th grade, you’re never as special as you think you are once you become an adult, and that’s okay.
  • It helps to be humble because all can be lost in a blink of an eye.
  • Don’t be afraid to ask questions.
  • Happiness is a way of life, not a destination.
  • Nobody can make you feel like shit without your consent.
  • You’re going to fail at something, its going to suck, but aye at least you learn from it.
  • My 4th grade teacher said it best, “Failing to prepare, means you’re preparing to fail.”
  • If you want it, go for it.
  • You can’t always get what you want, but life sometimes does shit that surprises you in both good and bad ways.
  • Perfection isn’t real.
  • Don’t be afraid to be who you are.
  • Never be afraid to say, “No” trust me it feels so fucking good.
  • Complaining gets you nowhere. 
  • When someone is yelling at you for whatever reason, do not yell back, trust me when I say they will look fucking stupid, and wish you would yell back.
  • Always be on the move and never tell anyone your moves.
  • If someone does ask if you’re stressed, never tell them you are.



2 thoughts on “What I Learned These Past 22 Years About Life

  1. that’s a good compilations… in general life takes a 190 degree changed route once you enter adulthood, suddenly everything is different and there isn’t even a manual for it. But yep, I would like to add that you gotta love yourself and accept yourself. mostly people don’t and you just gotta learn to let it slide and shine like you do.


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