Don’t try so hard to be respectable. Speak from your heart about what you truly believe, even if it makes you look naive or sentimental.
You can radically change your life when/if you need to. You don’t need to keep doing what you have been doing, just because you are in the habit of doing it.
Being friendly and open to meeting new people in random places can lead to cool adventures and friendships. Don’t get too comfortable in your present circles of acquaintances.
You need way less money than you think to survive, stop obsessing about it, and just spend less.
It’s OK not to know what you want to do for the rest of your life. Leave space for the completely unexpected to happen.
God loves you even more because you are a bit of a freak. Don’t hide your light under a button-down bushel.
Leave your door without any purpose once in a while and see where the city takes you. Don’t just stay on the path between your apartment, work and the gym.
Hang out with your long-time friends more and contact those with whom you have lost touch. You don’t seem to have as many friends as you used to.
Ambition is overrated. Stop trying so hard to be "successful."
It’s a good thing to believe that a Utopian society where everyone is treated with dignity and equality is possible and worth working for. Cynicism doesn’t make you intelligent -- it just makes you cynical.
Create art every once in a while. Even though you aren’t particularly talented and nobody really loved your ’nude portrait under autumn leaves’ the creative process is good for your soul.
The next time you hear yourself reminiscing about how you "used to do something," make a plan to do it. Studying dance, carving pumpkins for Halloween, and doing improve shouldn’t all be thought of in the past tense.