It’ll just complicate your life and make you unhappy.
Life will pass you by if you let it, make sure you have some fun experiences along the way (concerts, travel, time with friends).
As you get older your friends will move away or will grow apart from you. Make sure you work to keep your good friends around, take the initiative, good friends are worth their weight in gold.
There’s no such thing as bad food, don’t demonize it for yourselves. If you demonize food it gives that food power, when it’s just food. You’re allowed to eat whatever you want.
Because nobody cares.
So zip your lid.
(unless of course you become some sort of political big shot).
It’s always comedy gold.
The bride and groom took a lot of effort to invite you and to design/plan their wedding for you to attend. The least you can do is the give a good gift, at least enough to cover you and your guests meal/drinks. Your generosity will not go unnoticed.
When you travel, don’t worry about your diet. You’re not going to be on your death bed saying,”oh I wish I had just eaten that salad and plate of vegetables when I was in Florence.”
You’re going to say, “thank god, that I stuffed my face with nutella pies, meats, and cheeses when I was in Florence.”
Kids, the holidays are a fun time of year. Enjoy it. Christmas and whatever else you end up celebrating in the future is about spending time with the ones you care about most. And stuffing your face with awesome food. So do both every year and don’t get stressed out about the stupid stuff.
Kids a lot of folks like taking care of their lawn/garden, and if you become one of them, that’s okay. But I don’t, and you most likely wont because you’ll be our kids. So don’t be ashamed to pay someone to take care of your lawn and garden. Look at it this way, you’re stimulating the economy with your laziness. It’s a win-win.
That is if you still cut grass in the future.