Habits to Stop Early in Life

Habits can be crucial or detrimental to your life and well-being, depending on what they are. This post focuses on habits to stop. In the future we’ll discuss habits to start. Many of these habits I still haven’t broken out of. So not to say that they’re easy to stop, just that in the long run it will be healthier if you stop these habits. If you direct your energy and focus on other habits instead of these, you’ll be healthier and happier, which is what everyone wants right?

It is literally impossible for two people to be exactly the same. So why should you expect your partner to be the same as you? You probably don’t, which is good. But you probably expect at least some similarities, otherwise you wouldn’t be in a relationship with them. Having shared visions and common ground are good, but your relationship can grow stronger if you work on embracing the differences in your relationship.

We like our rest days and use them to do fun things, but we don’t like taking more than necessary. If you’re like us, if you don’t have anything planned for your rest days, you feel lazy and bored. To fix that, all you have to do is make a plan for your rest day.

One of the complaints of teens and young adults’ education is that they aren’t taught basic personal finance and life skills. It’s not commonplace in school to go over things like how to get a job, apply for college, or write a check.

How do you begin life as a young adult and set yourself up for financial success?

Quarantine date ideas: masks

If you’re someone like us who still tries to avoid people and play your part in reducing the spread, you’re probably not having date nights out. In addition, even if you’re not following all the protocol for coronavirus, many places are still closed, which makes going out on dates a little bit challenging. So, here’s some quarantine date ideas to keep your relationship fun while the world is falling apart this year.

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