Reverb 10, Day 21 Future Self.
Imagine yourself five years from now. What advice would you give your current self for the year ahead?
Are you ready girl? It’s going to be a big year.
Pursue everything you want with reckless abandon and continue to amaze yourself.
Put yourself out there – in romantic and platonic relationships, career-wise and with anything that makes you a little uncomfortable. You can handle it.
Write, write, write.
Take care of yourself. Working out makes you feel good physically and emotionally.
Floss and take your vitamins. I know you hate this ritual, but we both know it’s best to keep it up.
Take it easy on the alcohol, chocolate chip cookies and french fries. You feel and look better without this crap in your system. And while we’re on it, you don’t need all those chemicals packaged nicely in a can labeled Diet Coke either. Your ass, skin and digestive system will thank you if you focus on the good stuff this year.
Appreciate and take care of your family. Be supportive and flexible when it comes to your sister’s wedding.
I know you want to have a serious boyfriend to take to her wedding. This may or may not happen (don’t want to ruin the surprise!) but you’ll have a great time either way surrounded by loved ones. And if you followed my earlier advice, you’ll look fabulous!
Don’t waste more than one date on a bad prospect. If he’s not the man who is sitting here with you in five years, move on. He really is an amazing man (and sexy!) and he’s out there making his way to you. It’s never going to happen if you have someone else parked in your boyfriend spot.
You’re abstaining right now and you should keep that up for as long as you want to. When you decide you’re ready again, use condoms, girl. I don’t care how pretty his face is, you don’t know where his shame shame has been.
Another reckless behavior you need to ktfo: texting while driving.
Don’t forget to take some down time to rejuvenate your spirit. Life only gets crazier as you get older. Be selfish while you can.
PLEASE contribute to your retirement fund!
Oh, and 26 is not old and neither is 27. They’re great ages and lady, you are like a fine wine.