conclusions at the age of thirty:
family comes first. family includes t.
always follow your heart.
don't let others tell you what to do.
commuter trains are made for crying.
there's not enough time to do things you don't want to do.
there's not enough space to be friends with bad people.
always go back to your roots. never stop writing.
retail therapy is probably more affordable than regular therapy, and at least you have something tangible at the end.
let others take care of you, on occasion.
don't rely on anyone else to help you out.
chocolate is better than any anti-depressant.
make love not war.
see your friends solo. you are friends with your friends, not their partners.
believe in yourself, even if no one else does.
don't go where you're not 100% welcome.
kissing is the best thing in the world that's free.
when you're tired, rest. if not, exalt.
wear sexy, comfortable underwear, even if no one sees them but you.
you're never too old for hot fudge sundaes with dad.
rule #89: it's okay to cry, and dark sunglasses help avoid nosy questions.