The best hangover cure is Gatorade, Dramamine, and a three-hour nap.
A gut-busting laugh will get you through any embarrassing situation that does not involve police, a corpse, or my mother.
You can’t help how you feel. You can, however, help what you do about it.
Doubts are healthy. Not having doubts is how you wind up in Las Vegas, standing in front of an Elvis impersonator who is marrying you to a man you only dated for six months who proposed over giant Russian beers and plans to run away to South America with you. (That happened, to, er, a friend of mine. Yeah.)
One of the happiest moments in any woman’s life is when she stops being appealing to frat boys, players, or men out to meet “girls.” It’s better to be attractive to one good man than a hundred jerks.
Anyone who says they want a partner who agrees with everything they do, loves them unconditionally, and never judges should probably just be done with it and get a dog. True love challenges you.
If your job is your life, then, clearly, dude...you need a life.
You don’t have to like everyone in the world. You do, however, have to find a way to live in the world, and that will occasionally include people you find annoying. You don't, however, have to deal with people you find repugnant. Grow up and know the difference.
A good relationship pushes you forward. A bad relationship holds you back.
Love is not a choice.
Know how to take a compliment. That includes how to deflect the back-handed ones, like, "You look good for your age," or, "You're awfully smart for a..."
Bad ideas, wild impulses, and broken hearts are the road to wisdom.
And, most importantly, always do anything that would make a great story later.