These tips are created for young adults that aim to make healthy choices and live balanced lives. Teenage tips are written with teens in mind but most tips are pretty relevant for all age groups. Feel free to share with others.
I have the privilege of being a mentor to quite a few young men. What rewards me the most is when I sit down with a young man that seems to have his head on straight, has a plan, and is on the right track. While it's refreshing for me to talk to these guys, I also realize that many of them have made some pretty bad decisions (and who hasn't?). No one is perfect and everyone has made mistakes. When you realize that you have made a mistake (or two), "man up" and accept the cons
Growing up, my cousin had all the good video games. He had every new game and the magazines with the cheat codes. He lived next door and that made it even better! Although I wasn't big into video games, I always loved going over to play (except when he would practice all of the secret moves by himself and then kick the living crap out of me when I came over). Mortal Kombat was my favorite, although it was so gruesome. After the fighting match, the announcer would say "finish
I'll admit, it seems that some of you young guys have a more hectic schedule than I did growing up. Playing sports, homework, projects, tests, quizzes, hanging with friends etc. demand quite a bit of your time. I'll be honest and say I always had the impression that the younger generation was lazy. I stand corrected (for some of you). The point I want to make is that in the midst of all these activities, you have to take a mental, physical, and spiritual TIMEOUT! If you are c