What I Learned in 2018

It's that time again!! My favorite post to share all year. Including allll the tea and shade this time around. 🐸🍵And I'm sorry for posting this late!! I am currently traveling overseas and I did not carry my laptop around and completely forgot I needed to share this. But better late than never, right?

  1. Even if you don't procrastinate and don't study just the night before you might still fail.
  2. Even if you show up to class every single day, you might still fail.
  3. Even if you skip class regularly, you might still pass.
  4. Don't get on dating apps (Tinder, Bumble, etc) if you have a significant other!! Someone's gonna find you and will call you out.
  5. Don't cheat on your significant other!! If you don't like them, just break up with them and there will be less heartbreak and drama. Plus you won't be a terrible person.
  6. Don't associate certain songs with a person because you will always think of that person when you listen to it which is not always a good thing.
  7. Don't invite someone you barely know as a plus one to an event. For example, a wedding.
  8. Don't trust people (completely) who don't have their read receipts on.
  9. I am horrible at small talk. If we can't jump into more in-depth conversations, we probably can't be friends.
  10. A 30-drive actually isn't that long of a drive. I just did not realize that Auburn had spoiled me that much (I'm used to driving 5-10 minutes to all my destinations).
  11. After someone has the opportunity to get to know you, they can still have the audacity to judge you incorrectly.
  12. After moving away for 3 months, I have realized I don't know how to make new friends.
  13. Never have high expectations. This can be argued, but just expectations in general. You are bound to be disappointed.
  14. You can control a lot of things but you can't control the weather and what it can do to your hair. Example, if your hair is naturally curly and you straighten your hair and you get caught in the rain, you. are. done. for.
  15. Mean people are better than fake nice people.
  16. You appreciate your hometown more after you move out of it.
  17. You can tell who cares about you based on who wishes you happy birthday.
  18. Cutting toxic/fake people out of your life is very therapeutic. 10/10 would recommend.
  19. Just because someone says they have a good relationship with God does not mean they will have a good relationship with you.
  20. GPA doesn't matter (after you find your first job after graduating from college).
  21. You have to start from the bottom and work your way up to follow your dreams.
  22. When in doubt, wear black.
  23. Don't stick things to the wall with tape.
  24. Don't say "shut up" or "stupid" in front of young children. They might accuse you of saying a bad word.
  25. Sugary drinks will make you pee a lot. Aka smoothies and mango juice. Aka my ride or die drinks.
  26. You don't realize how important knowing multiple languages are till you are in a place where you don't understand anything.
Check out my last year's post: What I Learned in 2017
Check out my last post: Advice I would Give My Younger Self

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