What thing you know now that you wished you had known 10 years ago?
For example, I wish that I had known the dangers of sugar 10 years ago.
I wish I knew I should always listen to inner voice, instead of giving in to peer pressure.
I wish that I had known that the need for quality foods and fresh drinking water would be one of the worlds greatest needs as we head into the future. If I had know this 10 years ago, and began my great adventure, "to feed the world's people," I would have been 10 years ahead.
I wish I would know that I won't be successful in the Accounting and Finance Field so I would not waste my 7 Years
Nothing. I'd be a different person if I'd known different things. And I'm quite happy with the way I am now. So even if I learned quite a bit of stuff in the past 10 years, the learning is what made me who I am today
PS: There's nothing wrong with sugar. Sugar in excess, however.... hehe
YES! I wish I had realized that not taking care of myself would suddenly careen out of control in the my 50's. It is easy go along and say - well I'm doing, well, I am healthy and all this nasty eating hasn't really hurt me.
WRONG! It will suddenly accumulate like the water at the edge of a dam and there you are battling something that you could have easily take care of years ago.
Mostly I know that I have learned and grown from things I had to learn the hard way. However, there is one thing that I wish I had really known..... that you cannot count on those closest to you when you finally need a shoulder.
If I could turn back the clock at all I would turn it back to 1990. I would have invested more time into myself, healing emotional wounds and boosting my sense of my potential. Had I done that I would have attracted a healthier relationship and mother for my children. You just don't realize how much of your life you invest into marriage until it is over.
That being yourself is the only answer to a happy life. I wish I could have embraced my true identity better then I did in the past.
I wished I'd know I have sensitivities to certain foods and should avoid them for the most part.
by jasenpages 7 years ago
If you could go back in time, say 10 years ago, what would you invest your money in?I would buy a crapload of Apple stock, I read in an article about a year ago that if you had spent $400 buying Apple stock back in 2001 instead of buying an iPod, it would be worth over $10,000 today!
by threekeys 10 months ago
Are you the same person you were 10 years ago? What 2 things have changed, or, stayed the same?
by JP Carlos 6 years ago
Looking back at your goal 5 or 10 years ago, how far are you from achieving it?In one point in our lives we clearly say what we want to accomplish. Now that time has passed, were you able to achieve your goals (financial or otherwise)?
by Xenonlit 6 years ago
The Republicans will not get away with this "Better off than four years ago" business. They already said that they will do anything to bring down the government and the first Black president. Apparently, they were prepared to destroy our nation in the process.For the most recent ...
by freecampingaussie 7 years ago
Where were you 9/11 10 years ago ?I was on a holiday in WA staying with a friend . My girls were scared I was where the disaster was. A few days later Anset went under so I was fortunate to get a seat back on Quantas . I had been to New York in 2000.Thinking of everyone over there .What were you...
by celinewayne 3 years ago
there are lot's of interesting and educative game/toys nowadays and i just wonder what did you used to play when you were kids 25 years - more ago as a comparison with current toys pls share ur experience here, thanks and peace celine
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