Here are a few things I wish I knew back in my 20s. Everything is going to be ok. I spent most of my 20s worrying about the future. Where my career would go and when I’d get married and have kids. I wish I had worried less, embraced where I was, and that I knew everything was going to be better than okay. Timelines are stupid. I struggled through this until my early 30s and thought I had to be married by 28 and have my first baby by 30. I got married at 35 and will be having a baby a few months before my 36th birthday. It’s crazy to think that the way my life turned out is what I was afraid of. I moved from LA to Chicago, started and grew a business, and spent years living on my own. I did not want to get married and have a baby at 35 (my self-proclaimed scary age ), but that’s exactly what was in the cards for me, and it’s not scary at all. Relationships shouldn’t be so difficult.
I’m looking back on a journey that started in Dublin, had a quick stop in New York, and the. I sometimes look back on the Omid I was 5 years ago and often wish I knew the things I know today. Throughout this time I learned some highly valuable lessons - some through fatal failures and others through hard-earned successes. 1) Outperform your Core. Google is a place full of distraction.
About two years ago I started a list called Things I wish I had known earlier in my journal. I initially came up with 25 lessons about life, career, love, and relationships. Things I’ve learned from mentors, books, friends, readers, etc. I created the list for myself because I realized that I forgot important lessons at the same rate I learned new lessons. Two years later, I still read the list a few times a year. Plus, I added new lessons I’ve learned recently.
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Chapter 3: I wish I had known that the saying 'Like mother, like daughter' and 'Like father, like son' is not a myth I both agree and disagree with this chapter. I believe Gary is on to something - we do pick up a lot of things from our parents, it's true, but I don't believe it's so gendered. I think daughters can pick things up from their fathers and sons can pick things up from their mothers as well. And it isn't always 100% true - just because a mother reacts a certain way to something does not mean that her daughter will do it too all of the time
We can use wish + subject + past perfect to talk about things that happened in the past and that we regret (we would have wanted them to be different). I wish I hadn’t quit my job two years ago. I wish we hadn’t wasted all that money. I wish it would stop raining. It’s been three days! We CANNOT use this structure to wish about ourselves (do NOT use I wish I would). We can use if only instead of I wish with a very similar meaning. The only difference is that if only is more emphatic. If only I was/were a bit taller! If only you had followed my advice. If only you would make a bit of an effort. You are wasting your life!
Fuel stations (called garages) are not self-service. When you drive onto the forecourt an attendant will fill the vehicle. My husband and I just returned from South Africa on our honeymoon! We had an amazing time and felt very safe. We read many articles and blogs on tips to be safe and used common sense. There is crime everywhere and bad things happen, just make sure to plan ahead and learn about where you are visiting. We loved it and will be going back! garno said 2 months ago.
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That sounded somewhat reasonable to someone like me, who had never purchased a window before-until I heard back on the estimates, which were closer to triple that amount. We asked the seller to provide more money to match one of the middle-ground vendors, and he balked. so we pulled our offer, and the house went back up on the market.