Checkout the advises women want to give to their younger self:
Nyasha Junior, an author and professor by profession recently asked something funny on Twitter. She asked people to come up with anything they wanted to tell their ‘younger self’. Responding to her tweet many women started sharing hilarious things they wanted to share. Ladies came up with lots of advises they eagerly wanted to share with their younger self. Soon the tweet went viral and here we bring you some hilarious comments we came over:
Here is Nyasha Junior’s tweet:
If you are a 40+ woman, what one piece of advice would you give to your 20-something self? pic.twitter.com/igZCFoFsAP
— Nyasha Junior (@NyashaJunior) September 16, 2018
Reactions to the tweet:
You don’t have to give up any of yourself for the right person.
— Andi Cumbo-Floyd (@andilit) September 16, 2018
Write your name on the bottom of every document you produce at work, when volunteering and keep a copy for yourself. Keep track of every accomplishment, no one else will.
— Dat Historian, BA MA M1 (@AbenaKJohn) September 17, 2018
1. Be less afraid to work for your own happiness.
2. Go on vacation and take cute pictures.
3. Stop thinking so much about the man you love, either he is yours or he isn’t, it isn’t much you can do to change that.
4. Go ahead and try, the worst they can say is no.
— Blair LM Kelley (@profblmkelley) September 16, 2018
Never chase anyone who doesn’t want you. Not a job, not a love interest – you will always be begging for their attention. Go where you’re wanted, make your own opportunities, and never wait for someone to ask you to do what you want to do. Don’t forget your worth!
— Lauri Lynnxe Murphy (@lynnxe) September 16, 2018
Take some more chances.
Be a little less “practical” and take that trip.
Lose the toxic friends sooner rather than later. Keep the good ones closer.
Compliment yourself more, like you would a friend.
Words hurt so remember that when fighting.
Love happens more than once.
— Anne with an “e” (@mrsmaris) September 16, 2018
Question the story you’ve told yourself about yourself. Try things, even if you’ve told yourself you won’t like it or won’t be good at it. Save $ every paycheck, even if it’s only $10.
— When Doves Cry (@PupsherLive) September 16, 2018
Find the energy to love yourself first. Don’t look for love in men, friends or children you’re not ready to have. Save more money. Exercise more and eat better foods.
— Gucci on my booty (@Senterstage) September 16, 2018
Me, a 20 something looking for gems pic.twitter.com/odscX5dvWR
— Deirra (@ccieby30) September 17, 2018
Be consistently healthy in your eating.
Never settle for a partner who doesn’t love and adore and respect you and lift you up.
Stay true to who you are and Always speak up for yourself.
Be strong and smart.
— Meredith Salenger (@MeredthSalenger) September 16, 2018
Stop trying to make everyone else happy. Owning things is not happiness, watch your money. Just because they are family doesn’t mean they cannot be toxic.
— Heather R (@Heather_C_R) September 17, 2018