It’s time to close your instagram and read something… intellectual !!!


 

The grumpy suggests 

 

Anyone can start something; very few people can finish.

You don’t have to love it. You just have to believe it’s worth it in the end.

Ask yourself where are you now, and where you want to be instead. Ask yourself what you’re willing to do to get there. Then make a plan to get there. Act on it.

In order to have what you really want, you must first be who you really are.

Whether you’re an athlete, an entrepreneur, a CEO, a rock star, or you’re just starting out in life, know what you know and what you don’t know. Most of the time when we ask for advice, we don’t want the truth. We want the answer we are seeking. Be open to advice that goes against what you want.


 

 The queen suggests 

 

Kids need to learn that you need to feel bad sometimes. We learn through experience, and we learn especially through bad experiences.

iGen is on the verge of the most severe mental health crisis for young people in decades. On the surface, though, everything is fine.

We protect children from danger, real and imaginary, and are then surprised when they go to college and create safe spaces designed to repel the real world.

In the next decade we may see more young people who know just the right emoji for a situation—but not the right facial expression.

…social media is not real life. Her photos, which looked like casual snaps, actually took several hours to set up and up to a hundred attempts to get right…

More young people are experiencing not just symptoms of depression, and not just feelings of anxiety, but clinically diagnosable major depression…