We asked you to pass on the best piece of advice you've ever been given and we got some great responses. You'll love these handy tips for making your life easier!
What’s the best piece of advice
anyone’s ever given you? We asked you to pass on your greatest hints and
tips for life, from mums, friends, teachers and co-workers. Check out
these great tips that’ll save you time and money – we’ve added some of
our favourites, too!
Always make sure you have your taxi fare to get home – that way you’ll never get stranded.
Always face your baby boy’s bits downwards in the nappy so he doesn’t pee out of the side!
Say no to credit cards. If you don’t have the money you shouldn’t buy it anyway.
Julie Weston Wilkes
Never take life too seriously, because we’re not here for long. Also, tell yourself something nice about yourself every day. We’re too hard on ourselves.
Natalie Cornish, goodtoknow Wellbeing editor
Treat others as you want to be treated – with kindness and respect, no matter who they are.
Make sure your monthly mortgage repayment is never higher than your week’s wage (after tax). That way you can still afford little luxuries – and make it through the hard times when they come.
Never eat yellow snow!
You’re never too old to kiss someone you love.
Don’t marry him. My mum was soooo right!
Forgive and forget.
Put your best into whatever you do and improve every time. There’s no point if you’re not giving everything you’ve got.
Doris Luchi Reginald Ogbonnaya
Turn that frown upside down.
Jacqui Le Flahec
Open a new bank account and put all your spending money for each month into that account. Pay all your bills and then you’re just left with money to spend.
Katie McPhillimy, goodtoknow Money Saver editor
Work like you don’t need the money, love like you’ve never been hurt, and dance like nobody’s watching.
Never trust a man who crosses his legs!
Lissa Hawkins, goodtoknow writer
Always behave as if your mother were watching.
Beth Ivory, goodtoknow acting deputy editor
Always remember to put a sheet of greaseproof paper loosely on top of carrot cakes or cakes with honey in them so the cake doesn’t brown so fast. Otherwise you’ll be left with a brown cake with an uncooked middle.
Jessica Dady, goodtoknow Recipes editor