{Lifestyle} Advice You'd Give Your 21-year-old Self

by | Jan. 05, 2012


Baking soda is one of the best cleaning substances in existence. Don't waste so much time playing instead of studying--or, conversely, learn that there's more to life than the grade at the end of the semester. It doesn't really matter what color the tableclothes are at your wedding reception. The Lord can be there for you no matter how much you mess up or how hard your trials are.

What would you tell your 21-year-old self? What advice do you have for your children and grandchildren? We want to know.

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