20 Life Lessons Worth Packing

  1. You can’t change other people, and it’s rude to try.
  2. It is a hundred times more difficult to burn calories than to refrain from consuming them in the first place.

  3. If you’re talking to someone you don’t know well, you may be talking to someone who knows way more about whatever you’re talking about than you do.

  4. The cheapest and most expensive models are usually both bad deals.

  5. Everyone likes somebody who gets to the point quickly.

  6. Bad moods will come and go your whole life, and trying to force them away makes them run deeper and last longer.

  7. Children are remarkably honest creatures until we teach them not to be.

  8. If everyone in the TV show you’re watching is good-looking, it’s not worth watching.

  9. Yelling always makes things worse.

  10. Whenever you’re worried about what others will think of you, you’re really just worried about what you’ll think of you.

  11. Every problem you have is your responsibility, regardless of who caused it.

  12. You never have to deal with more than one moment at a time.

  13. If you never doubt your beliefs, then you’re wrong a lot.

  14. Managing one’s wants is the most powerful skill a person can learn.

  15. Nobody has it all figured out.

  16. Cynicism is far too easy to be useful.

  17. Every passing face on the street represents a story every bit as compelling and complicated as yours.

  18. Whenever you hate something, it hates you back: people, situations and inanimate objects alike.

  19. Ralph Waldo Emerson’s works alone can teach you everything you need to know about living with grace and happiness.

  20. People embellish everything, as a rule.

I hope these help you on your travels !

Jim Villamor