Racheal, 21 years old, fashion student and creative thinker. Quite young herself, she has some earnest advice for younger kids, almost like a big sister trying to level the bumps for the ones down the road.
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Today’s blog post (as you can tell by the title) is to the younger generation. These are some tips and pieces of advice I wish someone would’ve told me when I was growing up that I thought could still benefit someone else life. You may even find that the title may not apply to you but you can see ways in which you can relate and may even channel them in your present life.
Just like always if you find this post helps you feel free to share it or discuss with any younger family members who might benefit from hearing the points made here.
1. You don’t have to fit in.
Many times during your youthful years, you will find at times you feel out of place and that you might not fit in all of the time the way you wish you would. Trust me when I…
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