If you had an advice to give to your younger self, what would you tell them? We saw the hashtag #WhatIWouldTellA15YearOldMe trending on Twitter a few days ago and when we went through the tweets, we found a ton of helpful advice we could all use this year to be better versions of ourselves and even kinder versions, too!
- Make yourself your priority.
You do you and never forget that you're a priority before anybody else #WhatIWouldTellA15YearOldMe— ReD Flames (@flames_red) January 16, 2017
- We absolutely love the last one!
Listen.— Brandon Clay (@BrandonClayPSB) January 16, 2017
Believe in yourself.
History tends to repeat itself.
Don't let "No" kill your dreams.#WhatIWouldTellA15YearOldMe
- Remember that you're not meant to fit in.
#WhatIWouldTellA15YearOldMe It's okay if you don't fit in the crowd, don't try to be someone you're not. Be yourself okay.— rïdhwn (@TheFlashhh_) January 15, 2017
Failing chemistry does not mean you are an incompetent human being.It just means you're bad at chemistry. Relax. #WhatIWouldTellA15YearOldMe— Sara Haider (@sarhaider) January 15, 2017ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
- Remember what people say, "Practice makes perfect."
#WhatIWouldTellA15YearOldMe math is not that hard. Just like everything in life... it needs a lot of practice.— Dr Beni Rusani (@Heart_KL) January 15, 2017CONTINUE READING BELOWFeatured Video
- You will become stronger.
#WhatIWouldTellA15YearOldMe Anxiety never goes away but you'll become stronger for learning how to deal with it ????????— Steph Carter (@CarterSteph__) January 14, 2017
- Everything will turn out fine.
#WhatIWouldTellA15YearOldMe You're going to move out some day & finally be in a happy, healthy relationship. It's going to be okay.— Chandler Wilson (@ChandlerNWilson) January 14, 2017
- Aim high and don't mind what people tell you.
#WhatIWouldTellA15YearOldMe— Slim Albaher (@SlimmySlim94) January 14, 2017
People will laugh at you for aiming high, but later will say that they're proud when they see you rising
- It's okay to not be perfect. No one is, anyway.
You're the only one who is disappointed by the fact that you're not perfect.— Greg Stevens (@gregstevens) January 14, 2017ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
- Finally, it's okay to be single!
Your worth is not measured by the presence or absence of a boyfriend. Nor others opinions of your looks. #WhatIWouldTellA15YearOldMe— Cathy Williams (@cathywilliams66) January 14, 2017
What would you tell your 15-year-old self? Share them with us in the comments or via Twitter @candymagdotcom. We always love hearing from you. :)