Teenagers are the future. You’ve probably heard that phrase before. It sounds corny and cliche and it kind of is. But there is a lot of truth to it. In the next 20 to 30 years, every major and important position in the world will be filled by today’s teenagers. The presidents, generals, and CEO’s will all be the 14 and 15 year old’s of today. In some ways that is scary, but in other ways, it just shows how fast time flies.
Having said all of that, it is important that future generations move forward not making the same mistakes as the generations that came before them. This is critical. We have to learn from our mistakes, otherwise we are doomed to repeat them (another often heard phrase). Today, we have dedicated our list to this endeavor. Of course, the advice you are about to read isn’t anything groundbreaking or Earth shattering. It won’t solve world hunger or cure cancer, but it will make the adjustment from teenage life to adult life that much easier. So if you know anybody that can benefit from this list, forward it to them because these are 25 Bits Of Advice Every Teenager Should Hear.
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Learn to cook
Or at least buy a crock-pot.
Start saving early
The earlier you start saving, the easier saving becomes.
Besides the obvious danger of skin cancer, you’ll look a lot younger when you’re 50 if you sacrifice that tan right now.
Learn to change your oil
And any other minor fixes on your car. Knowing how it works can prevent you from getting ripped off at the shop. Blinker fluid anyone?
Think before you speak
If someone asks you a question, take a moment to formulate your thoughts. Not only will it make you look smarter, your response will probably be legitimately smarter.