Philosophies of a 20-something Year Old

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    On time πŸ•›πŸ•πŸ•‘πŸ•’πŸ•“πŸ•”πŸ••
    Don't wish for the day or week to pass quickly cause then you're left wondering where the time has gone, but you'd spent it hoping it'd go faster. I always try to enjoy moments I have throughout the day. I like having something to look forward to but I still want to take my time getting there and be present and happy in the time leading up to it.
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    On cities 🏒🏬🏣πŸ₯🏫
    A city can be more isolating than a small town. People keep to themselves and are not as comfortable with engaging in thoughtful conversations with strangers. You're surrounded by people but everyone is alone. In small towns people make an effort to say hi and get to know others because you'll probably see them around a lot, might as well get along! Urban isolation is pretty real. Someone please tell me how you make friends as an adult.
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    On money/time πŸ’Έβš–βŒ›οΈ
    The saying "time is money" is bs. Time does not equal money. You can always make money but you can't make time. The time you spend you can never get back but you can earn back the money you spend. By this logic, time is MUCH more valuable than money.
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    On family
    No job, or guy, or girl, or event/party-whatever, is more important than your family. Recognize the value of your family- not always blood related-and always be sure to treat them with the love and care they show towards you. Take away everything, and at the end of the day all you really have is yourself, and the people who truly love you.
    Suggested by Β  @Deanndre