Advice to my daughters.

Don’t scrimp on haircuts or shoes, always spend as much as you can afford on them.

You can be anyone or anything you want to be and don’t let anyone tell you otherwise.

Find someone who adores you just as you are and loves you just as much as I do, like I did with your dad.

Be kind.

Don’t wear chipped nail polish.

Always wear good knickers.

Don’t save anything for best, wear it, eat it, drink it, who knows what’s going to happen tomorrow.

Eat plenty of fruit, but remember smoothies rot your teeth.

Take your make up off before you go to sleep.

Always be the better person, don’t ever give anyone a chance to speak badly of you.

Never be knowingly underdressed.

Instant coffee isn’t real coffee.

Get out in the fresh air at least once a day.

Don’t worry about being too fat or too thin, too tall or too short. Love yourself as you are.

And if you can’t love yourself as you are, change it.

A fringe always looks good.

Live in the present, don’t worry about what’s going to happen or what already has.

Surround yourself with things and people who excite you.

Lipstick only comes in one shade worth buying, and that’s red.

Don’t leave it until you’re too old to have a baby, they’re hard work and things don’t always work out as you’ve planned.

Look after your sister.

Work hard but remember to have fun too.

Don’t waste time making your own pastry.

Leopard is a neutral.

Look after your mum, she loves you more than you’ll ever know.

6 thoughts on “Advice to my daughters.

  1. Fabulous advice for daughters 🧡 mine is just about to leave home again and maybe for good and I’m so proud of her that she’s been loved and nurtured and grown some fabulous wings that will see her through life and also enable her to come back any time she likes, with good shoes and a great hair do 🧡

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