40 Things A Girl Should Know How To Do By 19
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40 Things A Girl Should Know How To Do By 19

Her own laundry.

40 Things A Girl Should Know How To Do By 19

1. Do her own laundry.

2. Iron her own clothes.

3. Organize her closet.

4. Happily share her favorite clothes with friends.

5. Decorate her living space.

6. Clean her makeup brushes.

7. Blow-dry her hair.

8. Paint her fingernails.

9. Apply her favorite shade of lipstick.

10. Pick out a killer outfit for her night out.

11. Remove her makeup after said night out.

12. Cook her favorite meal.

13. Make a pot of coffee.

14. Take amazing photographs.

15. Come up with catchy captions for said photos.

16. Write in her journal.

17. Make organized ‘to-do’ lists.

18. Check a few things off on said to-do list.

19. Make study flashcards.

20. Take good notes in class.

21. Write an A+ essay.

22. Ace that test she’s been hard at work studying for.

23. Get a good night’s rest after a hard week.

24. Make music playlists for any mood or occasion.

25. Plan a ‘girls night’ with her closest friends.

26. Plan a ‘date night’ with that cute kid from her biology lecture.

27. Have confidence in herself, no matter who she is with.

28. Stick up for herself.

29. Pick herself up.

30. Forgive those who have hurt her.

31. Apologize when she has done others wrong.

32. Move on from minor inconveniences.

33. Work hard for what she wants.

34. And never give up.

35. Smile bright.

36. Kiss softly.

37. Dream big.

38. Pray often.

39. Love like there is no tomorrow.

40. Live life to the absolute fullest.

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