Write your name on the bottom of every document you produce at work, when volunteering and keep a copy for yourself. Keep track of every accomplishment, no one else will.
— Dat Historian, BA MA M1 (@AbenaKJohn) September 17, 2018
Be consistently healthy in your eating.
Never settle for a partner who doesn’t love and adore and respect you and lift you up.
Stay true to who you are and Always speak up for yourself.
Be strong and smart.
— Meredith Salenger (@MeredthSalenger) September 16, 2018
Learn to disassociate love from heartache and pain. Those feelings are the result of trying too hard to love people who deliberately mistreat you.
— Leona's Love Quest? (@LeonasLoveQuest) September 16, 2018
Follow that feeling that something is a yes or no. You can use all the fucking logic and heart and degrees and whatever bullshit. There is something in the body. The gut. Maybe God or ancestors or whatever but stop and listen on those big life choices.
— blackyard (@blackyardart) September 16, 2018
You don’t have to set yourself on fire to keep anyone else warm. And stick to the original plan. Don’t let anyone talk you out of it.
— Meat Virginia (@themeatvirginia) September 16, 2018
Whatever feels right for your life, be brave and just do it! And, if you make a mistake focus on the lesson, not the loss.
— S.CLASS (@SClass68) September 16, 2018
“Bad boys” are not fun or sexy. They’re actually bad people and will hurt you in some way shape or form.
— ❄️Kimba❄️ (@kimba__what) September 16, 2018
Find the energy to love yourself first. Don't look for love in men, friends or children you're not ready to have. Save more money. Exercise more and eat better foods.
— Gucci on my booty (@Senterstage) September 16, 2018
If you find yourself waiting for someone to call, the relationship is already doomed.
— Marisa Carroll (@MarisaJudeHere) September 16, 2018
Turn down the volume on that voice in your head that says, “Wait.”
— Jacqueline Fellows (@JaxFellows) September 16, 2018