High school is full of difficult questions.
Who will you go to prom with?
Where will you attend college?
When will your hours of late-night, Red Bull-fueled studying pay off? Will you ever actually need to solve for x or …
No one ever said college would be easy.
You have to pick a major.
You have to choose your elective classes.
You have to decide the best way to fund your seven daily Starbucks runs.
College is full of tough …
Two wrongs don’t make a right.
The squeaky wheel gets the grease.
People who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones.
There’s a lot of wisdom in old adages, but a few lies have also crept in.
For example: …
Phrases like that are as diabolical as any you’ll ever hear, especially if you’re saying them to yourself!
Not only do they make you feel bad, but they’re sabotaging you from achieving your goals. …
Some things are irreplaceable.
You can’t exchange your mostly eaten box of cereal for a brand new box.
You can’t switch out your grandmother for a random elderly woman and hope to love her as much.
You can’t trade in …
Being cool ain’t easy.
You have to buy all the latest fashions even if it means there’s only room in your budget for a closet-sized apartment.
You have no choice but to eat all the latest Instagrammable foods, even if …
Every now and then, it’s time for a change.
When you graduate from high school, you move on to college, a job or a gap year. You don’t just keep hanging around the cafeteria hoping no one notices.
When your …
Okay, maybe that’s not a real spell, but it should be.
After all, “Harry Potter” can help you learn languages, and we’re not just talking about Parseltongue.
Of all the language learning books on the market, it’s possible …
You’re no stranger to advice.
Your friends advise you on what to wear.
Your parents advise you on how to manage your finances.
Your grandmother advises you on the latest trends and slang. Thanks for staying current, Grandma.
If you’re living in the 21st century (as most of us are) and reading this, your phone is likely your most trusted companion.
You can use it to pay for coffee.
You can use it to communicate with your friends …