14 things to stop feeling guilty about

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We beat ourselves up and ourselves a hard time over the smallest of misdemeanors. So let’s stop, take a breather and just let it be. Give yourself a break now and then and you might learn that the things you feel most guilty about are the same things that make us who we are.

  1. Saying no
  2. Not being a morning person
  3. Paying for a gym membership and not consistently going
  4. Walking away from toxic friends
  5. Keeping up with the Kardashians and Geordie Shore drama, we all sneak in reality tv every now and then.
  6. Not liking a trend
  7. Your relationship status
  8. Missing a call because you forgot to turn your phone off silent, again.
  9. Using dry shampoo more than you’d like to admit.
  10. Taking a sick day
  11. Standing up for yourself.
  12. Dreaming big
  13. Not being domesticated
  14. Feeling guilty

Sometimes you’ll want to quit, and that’s okay

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The toughest thing you’ll ever have to hear and deal with in your life is the truth. The truth about your job, your body, your social life, your relationships. Here’s a toughie for you: I’ve quit before. I gave up because of fear, because of the possibility of failure, because of the prospect of embarrassment and because of an endless list of other “what-ifs” that lived inside my head. But, so have you, and that’s okay.

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5 Things Millennials are tired of hearing

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‘Adults’ have had a good go at us millennials, they’ve called us everything from narcissistic to couch potatoes and entitled, in a short summary we’re basically the worst. And as an insider I can say that yes, we’re all this and a side of kale chips. But at the risk of sounding like a cliche, we’re just really misunderstood. So here are 5 things millennials are tired of hearing and why:

  1. “You’re lazy”

Yes I have the superpower to watch an entire season of Criminal Minds in one day and yes I’d rather spend my weekends sleeping in than cleaning my bathroom. But millennials are more likely to work late to impress and go above and beyond to reach success. Lazy? More like recovering from a week of slaying.

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