15 things I've learned as a young girl at University :
1- Having principles, strict and rigid ones is extremely important. By setting rules to yourself and for yourself, you become mature and independent.
2- Avoiding people who drink, smoke and who party too much is self care.
3- You have one job at university, and it's to succeed, know people who can help you grow, and take advantage of every opportunity to shine, anything different than this is a waste of time.
4- Some guys are at an exploration stage, and will do anything to sleep with anyone, they don't really care, don't be a prey to their immaturity.
5- Avoid Girl Squads at all costs, get you two or three friends who can have your back.
6- If you're religious, take it seriously, going to Church will be the best thing you can do while at university. Don't forget God or your spiritual life in that journey.
7- Read books different that the ones assigned. Search, go to seminars, develop your network, and build a good reputation.
8- Always prioritize long term relationships that have a marriage potential. Learn to detect the red flags, be very direct, and know that having children and a husband will always be more valuable than your degree.
9- Don't hang out with the elite bubble only. Get outside, talk to real people, be humble, know their issues, you are them.
10- Develop a strong sense for beauty, go to museums more, travel more.
11- Dress well, all the time, 1) because you never know who you will meet, 2) respect yourself.
12- Never forget your parents, know that they are the only ones truly there for you, call them and visit them often.
13- Never care about what others think of you, seek the truth, always.
14- What you study isn't necessarily what you will do, get more skills, be unique.
15- Don't trust people easily, the only ones you can really trust, at that phase, are your parents.

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