101 Things I Will Teach My Daughters

cupcakeChocolate is only a temporary fix.

Your happiness is your happiness and yours alone.

Eat the extra slice of pizza.

Buy your friends dinner when you can.

Order a cheeseburger on the first date if you want to.

Never, ever bite your nails.

Dental hygiene is not multiple choice.

Take care of your feet.

Even if you’re tall, wear the heels anyway.

Drink wine if you like wine.

Advil and Gatorade.

Cry, uninhibited, with your friends.

Laugh until you can’t breathe with your friends.

Exercise to be strong and healthy. A beautiful soul needs a sturdy vessel.

My cooking is the best cooking.

Anna Karenina. I’d like it if you read it.

Men are effectively idiots until the age of 26.

Listen to classical music occasionally.

Don’t smile if you don’t mean it.


Get stuck in a foreign country with $4.67 in your account.

Who cares if glitter isn’t tasteful?

It’s too much eyeliner if you have to ask.

Wash your face twice per day.

Science is really cool.

There is no substitute for fresh air.

Find at least three green vegetables you can tolerate.

A smoothie is not a meal.

Expect the best from everyone.

People will let you down.

Give thoughtful gifts.

Argue with people when you need to.

If it’s worth fighting for, fight fiercely.

Chocolate ice cream, however, might just be a permanent fix.

Read the full list of 101 here! 

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