20 THINGS I WISH SOMEONE TOLD ME AT 20

When I was 19, I read this list by Doctor Karin Luise. At that time, I had moved out of my parents house. Times were rough and nothing felt right. My current boss sent me an email with the link of this list. I opened the email, read the post, and after that it all made more sense. I started seeing things in a different perspective. Thank You Doc!
  1. Here's the original list by Dr. Karin http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/3691232
  2. Things that I learned from this amazing list:
  3. Friends come and go, choose your friends wisely. Remember that not everyone you know is considered a friend. Don't give that tittle away like its nothing.
  4. When I was 19, I thought I knew everything. I'm now 22 and I might think I know a lot, but I know for a fact that there's a lot out there that I still need to learn. There's always room for improvement.
  5. Your body is a sanctuary gift from the man above. Embrace it and take care of it, as you get older you will understand. Respect yourself and respect others.
  6. People will come and go. Be sincere, helpful, and be yourself. People will leave after they got what they wanted from you. Just accept it and move on.
  7. Don't apologize for no reason, only when a sincere apology is needed.
  8. Education!!! Learn as much as you can.
  9. Be yourself and trust that gut feeling. Follow your heart!
  10. Travel! Experience other cultures, instead of buying expensive clothes save money and take a trip to another country.
  11. Be the best version you can be. Each day is a new opportunity to make yourself a better person. Don't waste a day!
  12. There's nothing wrong about asking for help, be open minded and absorb what's good for you.
  13. Time is valuable, don't waste your time and don't waste other people's time.
  14. Trust the inside voice that gives you advice and sometimes tells you otherwise.
  15. "Be the person that your younger version will look up too." - Joel Nuñez
  16. Thank you to everyone that has made me a better person. Thank you to Dr. Smith who was my boss at the time when I read this list by Dr. Luise.