45. "Great minds discuss ideas; Average minds...
- Eleanor Roosevelt
44. Know how to throw a proper dinner party.
As archaic as it seems, knowing a formal place setting is actually a useful skill to have. At the very least, you won’t be as flustered at the restaurant. Start with the outer utensils and work your way in.
43. Make your bed.
I’m serious. Take those 30 seconds before you rush out the door every morning to straighten up that comforter and arrange your pillows. Then come home to your bedroom after a long day of work or school and tell me that wasn’t completely worth it. Your bedroom should be your sanctuary. Make it a calming place to visit.
42. Attention is not the same thing as affection.
Don’t act (or dress) for attention, believing that this will gain you affection. Don’t get these confused because they are two very different things. Now true affection? That’s given without you ever asking for it.