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20 Things I Learned This Year

  1. If you can’t get out of bed, call someone
  2. If you find yourself pinching a roll of fat, stop
  3. If the litter box needs new litter, it’s okay to get it tomorrow
  4. If your car needs washing, don’t wait for the rain to do it for you
  5. If you don’t know what an ESBY is, it’s ok
  6. If you’re a celebrity, don’t hire a hot nanny, hire a manny
  7. If you’re going to watch “Hot Topics” watch Wendy Williams before The View
  8. If Hulu or Netflix are your best friend, logout
  9. If your hair is too oily or your skin is too dry, find another product
  10. If you wake up tired, don’t go to bed late
  11. If you fall, again, you’ll always get up
  12. If you feel like you’re about to cry, do it
  13. If someone from your past comes back into your life, there’s a reason
  14. If you find yourself hearing no, find a way to think yes
  15. If someone cuts in line, it’s not ok
  16. If you haven’t found spirituality, you can
  17. If a guy with a man bun hits on you, run for the hills
  18. If the word kale makes you want to puke, I get it
  19. If you don’t have a phone that uses “emoji” be thankful
  20. If you think you’re gonna quit smoking weed, good luck
20 Things I Learned This Year

Erica Loberg

Erica Loberg was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA. She attended Columbia University in New York and graduated with a BA in English. She is a published poet and author of Inside the Insane, Screaming at the Void, What Men Should Know About Women, What Women Should Know About Men, Diamonds From The Rough , Undressed, and I'm Not Playing.

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Loberg, E. (2015). 20 Things I Learned This Year. Psych Central. Retrieved on November 30, 2020, from


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