The saying goes, “Another year older, another year wiser,” and I’ve known this to be true. These past twenty-two years have flown by, but not without valuable lessons in life, love, friendship, etc. Obviously, I’m not perfect and still have so much to learn (like how to have better patience in nearly all aspects of my life and how to better accept a compliment); however, I’m learning and growing with each year’s passing. As my 23rd birthday is approaching at the end of November, I’m taking the month to look back on important lessons I’ve learned, many of which I do have to remind myself of from time to time.


Don't expect or wait for closure on anything, ever. You may really want closure. Hell, you may even deserve it. But you never need closure because you can always make your own. Accept th

Don't expect or wait for closure on anything, ever. You may really want closure. Hell, you may even deserve it. But you never need closure because you can always make your own. Accept th

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If you’re curious about the things I’d tell my newly-single self, college self, or even post-grad self, check them out here, here, and here. Also, check out a recent lesson I learned about giving second chances here.

4 thoughts on “

  1. Thanks for sharing your heart! These are all good lessons for us to learn or to remind us to work on. And I love that you set goals for next year.

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  2. Look at you,,, all wise beyond your years. Great list… And couldn’t agree more with #14… how did I not know about this til 2017

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