7 things I want to tell my younger self

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  1. G Angela says:

    So true parul, agree with you – I would say something like what you stated, may be with different expression. Now at the current age, there is faith, hope, courage and confidence to deal with life, which has been acquired over a period of time… loving self:) still work in progress 🙂 You look so simple and sweet, thanks for sharing !!

  2. Tanu says:

    Oh, I have so much to tell my younger self. I wish I could turn the clock and go back. There’s so much I’d have done diferently.

  3. Natasha says:

    You look adorbs is a little young girl. Don’t we all want to say the same things to each other.


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  4. I know it, each of the points you have mentioned. Forget the looks as well the height is what I will also tell a teenager. Another thing I will tell myself is – Don’t listen to anyone, not even the parents when they fret over the short- sightedness and the short-heightedness.
    That line about your thinking that you are doing well at 30+ is an absolute truth (you know best) and deserves to be highlighted instead of being striked out. Just do me a favour. Go to the edit window of this post and remove the strike and add the underline to it and make it bold. Let this add to your conviction.
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  5. Rachna says:

    Enjoyed reading those 7 things to your younger self. I loved that picture of yours too, Parul. I don’t know if it experiences or age or maturity that makes us feel more self-assured and confident. Or it could be that we are ‘settled’ in our personal lives with a loving significant other and also are comfortable in our professional lives. Whatever it is, it is a good phase to be in. 🙂

  6. Cathy Graham says:

    Great advice to your younger self. Ah, the wisdom of age and experience. Nothing like it. I’m much more content now at 57 than when I was a timid and troubled teen always worrying and being overly sensitive about how others treated me taking it way too personally. If only we could go back and do it again with that wisdom, eh? On second thought. No thanks. Don’t want to be a teen again! In my twenties maybe. I had a fun time in my twenties!

    Great post, Parul! Yayy! We’re almost finished the challenge. All the best!

  7. I love those things. So simple yet so very important.
    Thanks for sharing, these I will remember 🙂

  8. I think these are things each one of us would like to say to our younger selves.
    Measured and meaningful, Parul. Just like you.
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