Hindsight is a bit**, but looking back on life lessons I wish I knew in my teens has helped me to ensure that I at least know them now.
Your teenage years can be some of the most difficult, as well as some of the most enjoyable years of your life.
My teenage years were a combination of heartache, frustration, thrills and fun times.
Looking back, here are 8 life lessons I wish I knew in my teens...
1. Work Hard, Play Hard
Had I worked as hard as I played in my teenage years, not only would I have the awesome memories I do, but probably a more extensive curriculum vitae and longer #attention span.
What they teach you at school is important, if not for the content but for the principle of learning to apply yourself and establishing a strong work ethic early on in life, which will do doubt pay off later on down the line.