23 Things I’ve Learned at 23.

23 Things I’ve Learned In 23 Years…

  1. When you shake someone’s hand do it firmly and look them in the eye. (in a nice not scary way)
  2. When chocolate burns in the microwave there’s NO getting it off the dish – it’s all over.
  3. The length of your eyebrow hairs is just as important as how well they’re shaped.
  4. Don’t dye your hair at home. 
  5. Family is more important than your friends.
  6. When someone introduces themselves to you remember their name (for the conversation).
  7. You can’t control other people.
  8. G-strings really make any pants/jeans look so much better on you.
  9. Have the confidence to defend yourself – Don’t say sorry for things that aren’t your fault.
  10. Never change your plans for a guy. He wouldn’t change his for you.
  11. Clean out your lunchbox at the end of the day. Seriously, learned this one after years of mould-filled Sunday afternoons.
  12. Always take off your makeup before you go to bed.
  13. Just because someone desires you does not mean they value you.
  14. Asking a guy why he likes you is not cute – its annoying. he just does.
  15. Travelling makes you appreciate home much more.
  16. Make the most of the holiday season. Be christmassy, listen to carols, decorate, do DIY, its only once a year, don’t let it fly past!
  17. You don’t need to wear skin-tight clothes to be hot/attractive.
  18. One day of bad (and I mean terrible) eating won’t make you fat.
  19. If you can’t stop thinking about something – just buy it!
  20. Oatmeal is easily the best breakfast you can eat.
  21. Embrace your differences. 
  22. Encourage others in their dreams.
  23. Once you open a packet of chocolate-backed scotch-fingers, there’s no going back…

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Jenna Rose

A 23 year old Aussie girl who loves to talk, write, learn and share pretty much anything and everything.

3 thoughts on “23 Things I’ve Learned at 23.

  1. Awesome post! Something that’s always come easily to me is encouraging others stay ambitious and follow their dreams. Something that I struggled with (and still sometimes do), is embracing my differences. I’ve embraced some, but not all. Guess that’s a part of growing up. But these are ALL true, and very valuable lessons to learn. Thanks for sharing this!

    Alison
    MakeupMosaic.com

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    1. Thankyou so much 🙂 Yeh someone once told me the older you get the sexier you feel and i didnt believe them but more and more i now do!

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