Sometimes, it's totally OK not to heed the advice of friends and your superiors -- especially when they're limiting your full-potential! Don't let anyone stop you from trying and doing what makes YOU happy!
Brazilian artist, Carol Rosetti, offers the opportunity to make a statement that goes beyond the limitations of verbal communication. By making it a life purpose to empower women by art, her advises make their way into our hearts with such simple yet awesome illustrations, that you won't believe your eyes. Rossetti's images are beautiful feminist statements about freedom, from body positivity to aging to sexuality.
Getting engaged is a huge step in many people's lives. But, what do you do when you receive a ring that you absolutely hate? Does it make you a terrible person if you hate your engagement ring and want to exchange it for a new one? Well, one woman asked the Internet what she should do after she received what may possibly be the ugliest engagement ring we've ever seen. The woman shared her story on Reddit–saying that she was so excited to get engaged to her boyfriend of 5 years. Except, of course, one tiny little detail–she hates her ring. Here is what the funny people on the internet had to say about it.
We get advice weather we ask for it or not. From family and friends, co-workers and even strangers. But the best advice might be lurking sub consciously in your mind. Especially if you've seen any Disney movie. Disney seems to give the absolute best advice and only when we are just a tad bit older and rewatching these movies (lets face it, we love Disney) that we realize where that piece of advice came from!
When Dan Pearce — who has been divorced twice — was asked to give his best marriage advice to his little sister on the eve of her wedding he realized he doesn't have any. He also realized though that he has "plenty of 'keep your marriage from ending' advice" and that it "might be almost as good".
And so, that night, he sat down and wrote out his "advice list for my little sister - You know… things I wish I would have known or done differently so that I didn't end up divorced (twice)".
And it's GREAT.