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LPT: When traveling with a friend or family member, don’t be afraid to suggest breaking off to each do your own things for a day. Going solo can be enjoyable (eat/go wherever want at your own pace), plus it reduces you being sick of each other by the end of the trip.

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LPT: When traveling with a friend or family member, don’t be afraid to suggest breaking off to each do your own things for a day. Going solo can be enjoyable (eat/go wherever want at your own pace), plus it reduces you being sick of each other by the end of the trip. r/LifeProTips   u/josephtheepi  
LPT: Just because you’ve know that person for years doesn’t mean you should stay friends with them. A toxic friend need to be cut out of your life. r/LifeProTips   u/ZonFire99  
How many years should you plan on living in an area to make buying a house instead of renting “worth it”? r/personalfinance   u/Maximilian156  

Basically what the question says. Wife and I are moving soon but only plan on living in that area for 3-4 years before moving to somewhere with better job opportunities/somewhere we would want to start a family.

“ The fastest way to ruin your 20s is thinking you need to have it all together by now.” r/quotes   u/Theycallmemeww  
[Image] my favourite quote r/GetMotivated   u/Dylan1478  
[image] Cheers to not always being where you want to be in life, but making it work anyway. r/howtonotgiveafuck   u/LitigiousAutist  
"How many legs does a dog have if you call the tail a leg? Four. Calling a tail a leg doesn’t make it a leg." -Abraham Lincoln r/quotes   u/_spinturnix_  
The Power of Anticipation: Why We All Need Something to Look Forward To - "We all need something to look forward to in life. A healthy sense of anticipation can energize our lives and help us get through tough times, whether it's looking forward to a summer vacation or just a new TV episode." r/ZenHabits   u/Lightfiend   theemotionmachine.com  
"The best thing about being dead is you don't know about it. It's like being stupid, it's only painful to others." - Ricky Gervais r/quotes   u/rawSingularity  
"Everything you say should be true, but not everything true should be said." - Voltaire r/quotes   u/MichaelLifeLessons  

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