Things I Learnt When I Turned 21

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Pallavi Narang
Jun 13, 2019   •  33 views
  • Always have a water bottle in your car.

  • Make a budget for yourself.

  • Have some money to lavish on yourself. It's hard earned by you, make the most of it by spending it on things you love.


  • If something makes you laugh so much that your stomach hurts, write it down in a notebook or your phone, you’ll want to remember that later.

  • Put a finger up when you want to say something to someone but they are in middle of their point. This way, you won't interrupt them and won't risk forgetting what you were gonna say.

  • Go to plenty of concerts. Especially outdoor ones. Just scream your favorite songs and dance without feeling embarrassed.


  • Always keep spare clother and shoes in your car. You never know when you might need them.

  • Keep some cash on you at all times.

  • It’s okay to be sad, cry a little while eating ice cream and going over your past but try not to forget about what makes you happy.

  • Coupons are always fantastic.

  • If you think something is cute, wear it. Don’t worry about what everyone else thinks. You’ll look great, I promise.


  • Plan your weekends with your friends, that way you aren’t stuck around asking the “I don’t know, what do you wanna do? ”

  • Don’t forget to tell your friends again and again how much they mean to you.

  • If someone gives you a compliment, smile and say thank you. They wouldn’t say it, if they didn’t mean it.

  • Drink plenty of water. Not only does it keep you hydrated, but clears your skin.

  • You’re allowed to be happy. Don’t ever let anyone tell you otherwise.

  • Aim to be better, not bitter.

  • Some days are better than others.

  • You can never over pack. Pack what you want. You’ll be glad you have options and don't have to stick to a dress you have no mood to wear.

  • Take those extra hours at work. It’ll be worth it when you see your paycheck.

  • Clean your room and make your bed. It’ll look clean and tidy and you’ll feel better you did it.


  • Of you need to start off a conversation, don't be shy and just do it. Take plenty of pictures of the sunset, your food, your friends, your dog, selfies. Capture everything. When you scroll through your camera roll later, you'll be reminded of the day vividly.


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