Note to self

By Roxanne Reyes

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10 Notes to self:

Do you find yourself in a rut? Maybe too young to be having dementia. Look no further because these helpful hints could save your life one day. These notes are helpful reminders to live by and to point out to yourself to do these things on a regular basis. In addition, besides having a friendly to do list, it can make your day more productive, less stressful, and never making you feel under estimated. These are my personal opinions, so I hope this will be practical for you. Tell yourself you can do it. It’s never too late to give yourself a self sticky note on your forehead.

1. Don’t procrastinate.
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If you let things accumulate then you will die at the end. Never let things hang out. The sooner you get your chores done, do your homework, or that report that is due in a week you will be re leaved that you got that task out of the way.

2. Never say one thing and then do another. In other words, don’t lie.
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A major mistake when it comes to lying because it will come back to bite you in the butt. Always tell the truth because the truth will set you free. It will ease your mind and give a message to everyone by telling them honesty is the best policy. Your friends, family, and boss will love you for being an honest person.

3. Don’t let anyone think you’re too easy.

Yes, if you let people, especially guys think you’re easy, it’s not going to be good for your reputation. Don’t act like a slut because if you do you will be called the slut and people will not take you seriously.

4. Don’t be hard on yourself.
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I need to stop being so difficult on myself. Take a breather and step back for a moment. If it doesn’t work out the way you thought it was, it’s okay you are not perfect like Jesus. You gave it your best and if people can’t see that then I’m sorry they are blind. They need robots to do the work if they are seeking perfection from you.

5. Eat healthy.
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Put down that cheeseburger and stop eating those fries. I’m talking to all of you who are guilty even myself. Studies show by eating healthy you perform better. I feel better if I don’t eat junk food. My mood is upbeat, my mind is free of toxic thoughts and my digestion is more improved.

6. Exercise regularly.
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Daily exercise increases circulation throughout your body, slims you down, detoxifies your body, and clears your mind. Exercise doesn’t need to be rigorous, such as working out at the gym, but taking walks outside, playing a basketball or riding a bike can be sufficient. Just as long as you are moving and enjoying your activity that’s all that matters.

7. Mind your manners.
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Remember what your mom and dad told you when you were a child. Don’t slurp your drinks or soups too loud. Don’t fart in public. Don’t chew with your mouth open. Don’t make rude comments to people because that will start a fight. I shouldn’t be telling people these notes, but sometimes people need to be made aware because let’s face it you still do these things.

8. Don’t be judging.
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You ever heard of never judge a book by it’s cover, well it’s true. You might meet a grungy looking person and he could be the nicest person in the world. Moreover, a poor person could have a lot of street smarts. I could learn a thing or two from people of all races and backgrounds, so that helped me build up my intellect a bit more.
9. Avoid a Superficial attitude.
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First of all, I don’t like fake people who try to be nice and then talk crap behind your back. Those superficial people never seem to jive with me, so be yourself and make honest friends who enjoy you for who you are.

10. Move on.
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If you have an argument with a friend, co worker, or spouse, apologize immediately then move on. Try to focus on the positive aspects of your relationship and don’t throw away your friendship over a silly issue. Life is too short to be holding grudges. If it’s serious then I suggest a counselor or the law.

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