23 Best Pieces of Life Advice from Redditors.

best life advice from redditors


If you’re anything like myself, you’ll refresh Reddit’s front page a dozen times before going to bed. Reddit “the front page of the internet” is a great source for all sorts of daily news,advice, tips and memes. Reddit users also known as redditors are known for strong, smart and “interesting” opinions. We browsed through many posts and subreddits to bring you this list of some of the best pieces of life advice on reddit.

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1. “In order to get something you never had, you have to do something you’ve never done”.- /u/PM_ME_ANIMAL_FACTS

2. “Don’t sweat the petty things, and don’t pet the sweaty things”.- /u/VictorBlimpmuscle

3. “Learn something about everything, and everything about something”.- /u/EnglishAussie

4. “Don’t promise when you’re happy. Don’t reply when you’re angry. Don’t decide when you’re sad- /u/dont_findme

5. “Never get so busy making a living you forget to make a life”. -/u/NotMathMan821

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6. “What you do today is important. You are exchanging a day of your life for it”. -/u/VolleyVinyl

7. “If women don’t find you handsome they should at least find you handy”. -/u/sun95

8. “Get over your fear! Do what you want while you’re young & have little responsibility. Travel, get a degree, go on an adventure, switch jobs, try that hobby you always wanted to”. -/u/TARAJO1102

9. “Take a trip to the hospital or just spend a few hours watching open heart surgery on youtube for heart disease patients. Then rethink what you’re putting in your body”. -/u/JuicyReadingTime

10. “Get in shape, stay in shape. Retirement sucks if you’re unable to get around comfortably.
Develop at least one physical interest/skill that isn’t too stressful on joints/body but which can carry you through your later years, even if at a minimal level later (walking, biking, swimming).
It’s possible but tough living only on pension or Social Security benefits, even if you’ve been in a high-income range — so planning for even a modest retirement income will make a HUGE difference later.
Cultivate and make an effort to retain a few lasting friendships. People who share your memories and personal culture are important (and almost impossible to find) later. This applies to your family, too — no stupid argument or grudge is worth a lifetime of alienation. Get into the habit early on of doing something for someone else regularly (volunteer work, etc.). It changes you for the better and can make your life meaningful as nothing else can.
Break the damn rules once in awhile — have FUN adventures while you’re still young enough to really enjoy it. (Traveling at 50 is so much more interesting and fulfilling than eating and sleeping your way through a cruise at 70!!)”This PSA brought to you by a grumpy grandma who will be 75 in April. -/u/challam

11. “Tomorrow will be better if you work for it. Don’t ever turn into a bitter person”. – deleted account

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12. “Spend as much quality time with your parents as you can – you will remember it when they’re no longer around”. -/u/pandaemon666

13. “The best investment you can do is in your body and mind”. -/u/tttulio

14. “Tomatoes despite being a fruit do not belong in fruit salad”. -/u/Del_Castigator

15. “Talent and Google will get you far

But you can’t Google experience”. -/u/analest-analyst

16. “Wear sunscreen”. -/u/ahyuk

17. “If you can do it today, do it today. Don’t wait until ‘tomorrow”. -/u/moonhusband

18. “Remember how problems when you were 7 yo is nothing but trifles today? That’s how you’ll look at your problems ten years from now”. -/u/maniskin

19. Do little things for future you each day.

Don’t get into trouble with the law and don’t stay with the person making you miserable. Both have life-long effects that can and will hurt you.

Don’t let yourself get comfortable with mediocre things, like a job that is great but pays a little lower than you need. Always aim for what you need rather than what is comfortable.

For the love of everything good, don’t let yourself get stuck in a mindset. Allow yourself to change with new information. Argue to learn new information, not to prove the other person wrong.

Explore, make yourself happy and don’t worry about what everybody else says. Just, do remember your years where you’re able-bodied are limited. Enjoy your youth while you can.  -/u/cursewind

20. “Brush you teeth while in the shower.

You’ll do more brushing without spending time at the sink”. -/u/Gersthofen

21. Friends are few and far in between. You will recognize them when you need them and they are there for you. Nurse those friendships, they are rare. Try to be a friend. -/u/RudolphDiesel

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22. “Nobody ever dies wishing they had worked more.” -/u/vectaur

23. “when life gets tough you can either shrink or grow”. -/u/rabid_teacake






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