3 Pieces of Advice I Desperately Wish I could give my 18-Year-Old Self.

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I don’t believe in regret.

The way I see it, every moment is a choice. And if any of my choices had been different, I may not be where I am right now.

Granted, I love where I am in my life, but even when I haven’t loved my present moment, there’s no way to know for sure if the place I could’ve been…




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