THINGS YOU SHOULD DO RIGHT NOW:
(At least, according to one online philosopher …)
• Floss. Shut up about blood and it getting stuck in your teeth or a general fear of dentistry and just floss.
• Go to bed at a decent hour. Watch both a sunset and a sunrise.
• Sell your microwave. You’d be shocked how much healthier you eat when you have to clean a pan after every meal.
• Stop blaming your parents for telling you you’re special. You now know it’s a lie, but you can only blame yourself for continuing to pretend it’s true.
• Read books. Don’t blow your money on a Kindle under the premise that it’ll make you read more. There’s likely a library near you that’s full of wonders … and they’re all free.
• Leave 15 minutes early for everything.
• Drink chamomile tea. It’s good for nearly every part of your body. Instead of hoping one more cup of coffee will halt the shaking, drink some calming, honey-laden tea and think for a second.
• Meet your neighbors. Bake something and give it to them. You don’t even have to talk to them; just give them cookies.
• Stop pretending you’re sick of something when you seek it out on purpose online. You can willingly ignore Snooki’s baby. Either admit that it interests you or shut up.
• Learn how to talk to kids. You’ll find out they aren’t little aliens or monsters; and no matter your gender or orientation, being good with kids is a massive plus in the dating world.
• Apologize to youer partner; you know what you did. When you're wrong, admit. When you're right, shut up. Know that every fight is brought on by pride. Don't debase yourself, humble yourself.
• Read poetry. Check out The Writer's Almanac or download The Poetry Foundation's app which has an addictive shuffle button.
• Check your credit score.
• Read your local news. What's going on in Syria is important but it doesn't affect your everyday life. You are subject to traffic reports and crime rates more than you are to Mitt Romney's hair.
• Change your own oil. Save up for an AAA membership, being stranded sucks.
• They're over there in their English class.
– Condensed from ThoughtCatalog.com
Great stuff from Ben Branstetter...I like more than most of them!! :) I hope you get something out of this list like I did!