I started reading "The Happiness Project" this morning and very happily dove in head first. A couple pages into the book is the author's Secrets of Adulthood. They reminded me of this post I wrote a while ago. Reading it today I still find all my lessons quite valid, however I would definitely love to incorporate some of the ones I read today. My favorites are:
-People don't notice your mistakes as much as you do
-Do good, feel good
-It's important to be nice to everyone
-Happiness doesn't always make you feel happy
-What you do every day matters more than what you do every once in a while
-If you're not failing, you're not trying hard enough
Let's add to that list! Check out my life lessons here, mull over those above from author Gretchen Rubin, and leave your own personal ones in the comment section. Have a great night!