"Just do you. Glorious, beautiful you."
Ask yourself the following questions:
Do you powerwalk your way from a PTA meeting to reward yourself with a glass of wine at the end of a day?
Is giving (sometimes unsolicited) advice your forte?
Do you use Pinterest to find the right quote to post on Facebook?
Would you selflessly do anything for your kids, without ever asking for a "thank you"?
Do you embody strength and wisdom in everything you do?
If you answered "yes" to any of those questions, congrats, you might be a mom! Man oh man, this is a high compliment because moms absolutely make the world go 'round. Unless you are a hormonal tween or are oblivious to how you came into existence, I don't need to tell you the value of moms. However, this Mother's Day, you still ought to take the opportunity to show your life-giver some gratitude for her kind and thoughtful words of wisdom. (Hint: maybe you could send her this article!).
If you have doubts or need a reminder this Mother's Day that moms are the best, I've gathered the sage college advice from a multitude of the moms in my life. And trust me, something they say will apply to your experience at university.