Hey guys,

Last week, we started a discussion on 8 vital habits that are best learned early in life. Missed it? Click on the link below to catch up (Don’t worry, we’ll wait for you).


Today, our list gets 4 new entries. Enjoy!

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8 Habits Best Learned When You’re Still Young


Have you ever found yourself at your destination, wondering how you got there? Or have you ever searched for an item, only to find it without any memory of keeping it there in the first place?

Human Psychologists tell us that we are creatures of habit; most of what we do daily happens without us really thinking about what we’re doing. We live essentially on autopilot.

But when we desire to lead truly fulfilling lives, we must consciously disrupt this process to develop certain habits – especially while we’re young. These habits can be developed later in life but generally, the changes get harder to make with age. Now that you’ve decided you want to live an awesome life, what are some of the key habits you need to start acquiring and mastering? Here’s my short list.

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Stuck in Love


Boys. They are stupid, manipulative and annoying, but I love them.

You look at your phone and  get a text from the guy you fancy, just a simple “hey”. A three letter word. Just enough to make you squirm on the inside.

I will never fully understand why guys mess with girls heads so badly.

Guys mess with my mind and I’ve had countless nights where I cant sleep. Why? Because I’m thinking, thinking about the future with him. And whose him? Him is a very special guy to me, not just an average guy. I feel as if he is the “one”.

It feels so wrong, but I do feel like I am in love. If I ever try to “like” someone else (or as some kids say “like like”) he always pops up, just comes out of nowhere.

Love sucks. Especially when you are stuck in love.


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one teaspoon of doubt

Beware of Jess

People will always tell you what to do, who to be. It’s a part of life. Unfortunately, I was born a Taurus, if you believe in that kind of thing. I’m not entirely sure if I believe in the Zodiac, but I can admit at how startlingly right it can be at times.

But, being the stubborn bull that I am, I don’t take too kindly to being told what to do. I never have. I probably never will.

Thinking over that, I realize that the reason I chose to get a BN (bachelors in nursing) was because my mother, my brother, my father, and both of my sisters repetitively told me I couldn’t do it.

It’s a stupid mistake, I know this.

However, there is something satisfying in the daydream of telling the people that doubted you ‘look what I can do – you didn’t think I could!’ But…

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