Wish I knew all of this when I was Little.

Just a few things that I would like to share with you all :)

Don't wear your heart on your sleeve because not everyone has the same kindness as you have for yourself.

A few best friends are better than 20 "good friends".

School is supposed to be fun so try & enjoy it because one day you'll miss them days.

Most times your Mum is always right, take the time to listen to what she has to say.

Only surround yourself with people that will lift you higher.

Your true friends are the ones who are there for you, who listen to you and who support you. True friends will call you out & empower you to grow.

Don’t give up on your talents and hobbies. If you love sports, playing music, or writing, keep doing it.

You’re going to make mistakes - a lot of them. Most of your mistakes are actually life lessons in disguise.

Be clear about what you want, what you don’t want, and what you need.

Everything is going to be ok.

These are just a few helpful tips that I thought would be useful to the younger generation. When I was little, I grew up relying on others and copying what everyone else did. This then made me became apart of the traditional stigma that we see in society today. Begin to break that stigma if you have a younger brother or sister. Pass on these tips to them and hopefully they will take them on board within their life.

If you could turn back the clock and give advice to your younger self, what would it be?

"You'll get much better with age."

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