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7 Things to Do if You’ve Overindulged. HYDRATE. “Most people experience bloat after an episode of overeating or eating food that is higher in sugar or sodium than they are used to EXAMINE THE WHY. GO FOR A WALK.

HIT THE GYM. TRY EATING MORE FREQUENTLY. 1. Be kind to yourself One meal won’t instantly make you healthy or help you lose weight just as one meal won’t derail 2. Don’t compensate by eating less or excessively exercising The best move after an indulgent meal is to go back to 3. Learn and plan a different path.

7 Signs You’ve Raised A Spoiled Child (And What To Do About It) Below are seven expert-backed signs they might be overindulged and under-disciplined. 1. When you tell them “no,” they throw a tantrum until they get their way. “F inding daily time to play and connect with your children is one of the greatest things a parent can do. That said, if you’ve only had one seizure in your life, you don’t necessarily need to worry about it happening again. For instance, if you’re a young person who stayed up all night partying and. 7 Things to Do When You’ve Been Betrayed (and 7 Not to Do) Spiritual teacher Deepak Chopra explains how to recover from life’s deepest blows.

Discover the energy of attraction with the all-new all-new Oprah & Deepak Meditation Experience. 24/7 smokers of Reddit, when you’ve overindulged and now its time to take a tolerance break off of weedhow do you cope with the sobriety and withdrawal? Hello Friends So I’ve decided to cut back on my weed smoking significantly, as of this morning. Antonyms for overindulged. anger. disappoint. hurt. ignore. neglect. refuse. upset. MOST RELEVANT. Synonyms for overindulged include brattish, precocious, ruined, self-centred, self-centered, spoilt, spoiled, willful, self-indulgent and bratty.

Find more similar words at wordhippo.com!Once you’ve identified the types of things you can do steer your child away from overindulgence, start by changing one area at a time. For example, if your child is overscheduled or is over-nurtured or doesn’t have enough structure, slowly begin to make changes.

Myth #1: Liver cleanses are important for daily health maintenance and are especially helpful after you’ve overindulged. Though liver cleanses are packaged to claim that they’re a cure-all for daily liver health and overindulgence, Johns Hopkins hepatologists do not recommend them.

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  • I’m a drunk, take my advice. Drink water while drinking alcohol. Have 3 drinks, down a pint of water. Ethanol mixes easily with water. This happens in your blood stream. Ethanol will bind with the water and will be removed from your system quickly. Water will increase the volume of blood in your body which will directly decrease your BAC. Eat food. Slows absorption of alcohol. BTWTylenol is NOT a good thing to take when consuming alcohol, which is why there are alcohol related warnings on the packaging. Aleve works better anyway. CHEERS!

  • I’ve been using toe cages for the last 8 years. I get to wear ‘walking around’ shoes, and I feel like I get 80% of the benefits of clipless. What am I missing? What’s the hype?

  • been stressed for a few days now and youtube recommended me this video. i’m 22 and a graduate of civil engg last june 2019. i took up teaching units for me to be able to pursue teaching. i started looking for teaching jobs since january and the board exam for teachers was supposed to be last march but this pandemic happened. i’ve been applying to different schools for 7 months now and on the verge of giving up. it got me thinking that maybe i was wrong that i’ve chosen the teaching profession since things are going the other way around and most of my batchmates are licensed civil engineers and are working now. but thanks to this video for making me realize that it is okay to take the biggest risks at this age. maybe things are not going well now but who knows. �� more power to you and to your youtube channel. keep on inspiring ��

  • I am watching this video at the absolute right time. After working at a no growth job for 4 years i decided to go back to school so i can get the career i actually want. But while in school I’m working 2 jobs even though i don’t have to. Now it’s killing me and my school work is being affected. I want to resign from one of my positions but i keep chickening out. I was going to wait until next week but I think I’ll pull the trigger today. Thanks!

  • I’m post grad almost 25 and I’ve only been taking action for 2 years about my life. I kick myself every time for not starting sooner when I was 18 and had big dreams. 

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xZ_NIqvvzgA

  • you’re now my fav youtuber:) Thank you for giving me these advice! I am 20, turning 21 this year and all these life experiences affirm me even more <3

  • As a Filipino, my parents would voluntarily tell their stories every time that I complain about something. Btw, this video is really inspiring. Glad I watched it before I become 20.

  • To help hangovers:
    Take activated charcoal
    Drink electrolyte drink( often sold as a first aid for dehydration)
    Eat something, don’t stay all day on empty stomach. If you feel nauseous, eat small portions.
    Take aspirin
    Rest in bed and try to sleep as much as possible

  • Actually russian scientists found out 90% of letal traffic accidents are caused by sober drivers. Vodka makes you a better driver!

  • Definitely starting with tracking good habits. I’ve never been one to exercise at home but now that we are home bound for the foreseeable future I’m going to need this motivation for workout at home.

  • I’m post grad almost 25 and I’ve only been taking action for 2 years about my life. I kick myself every time for not starting sooner when I was 18 and had big dreams. 

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xZ_NIqvvzgA

  • Hey i was thinking if you could make a video or give me some advice on my experience.
    So i’ve made huge mistakes in my undergrad life.. it’s taking me 6 years to graduate… i have 1 year left..
    So do have any advice for people like me who are graduating late. like really late. my age is almost 25 now:(

  • I thought the number one rule was don’t get run over by a car. With nobody really “driving” anymore (they’re really just “riding” while jerking off on their phones) it’s just a matter of time….

  • 1. Respected her health. She worked three jobs at once and was tired a lot.
    2. Spoken up about harassment.
    3. Follow her dreams to be an actor.
    4. Thought more strategically about her career. Don’t take a job just because it pays & has health insurance.
    5.. Stop saying no so often.

  • I think this video lacks an explanation of hangover itself.
    What are the symptoms? What is it caused by? How the cures scientists tested are supposed to act on the cause of the hangover?
    There’s not much science in this video. But at least it’s not just an ad.

  • What about us folk who want to partake in the shenanigans but always skip straight to the hangover part without any of the fun in between? No relaxing buzz, just headache, wooziness, exhaustion (but of course I also won’t be able to sleep!)…at least everyone knows who the Designated Driver will be.

  • Please don’t have stand up meetings. It’s ablist and many people can’t do this. If it’s quick enough for a “stand up meeting” then it can be an email conversation.

  • I’m kinda new to cycling (since turning 40 a couple years ago..everything hurts and falls apart). I would suggest don’t go overboard on gear and shit..Dropping $250 on a jersey etc isn’t going to do anything that an $80 one can’t. At least as a beginner.

  • I’m 24 and when I was 20-22, I just felt so gloomy..everythings seems off in my life. But luckily I didn’t get depressed but I did get like an early sign of depression. Since then, I just trying to be more positive and I cut all the negative people around me. This year, everything turns out to be good in my life. I even started my new career as a musician and never been happier.

  • I am 12yrs old and i wanted to audition in jyp entertainment and Im challenging myself to prove to my parents that I have passion in dancing and singing and I’ll take your advice big sis����

  • Too many people wait until they’re elderly and retired to travel. But really, how many older people do you really see who are able to travel? Most people I see on planes are like 20s to maybe 50s. I once had a travel agent tell me not to travel to Europe on a budget.

  • Just turn 22 this February, graduated from college, already work for 1,5 year, being promoted as leader, buying home, etc. Honestly not to brag or anything, just being thankful for share your experience so i can learn so early. Thank you for telling me to calm the f-down ��

    Btw, love this series, hope 3 minute guide would be write on the video title to make it easy to find.

  • Nice experiences Erin. I’m 24 and started working recently after my master’s degree. The thought of what I want to do next with life keeps me up at night periodically and keeps looping like a slideshow of the optimal and pessimistic outcomes that might arise in the future as a result of the decisions I will be making at this age.

  • I notice that people nowadays have a lot of scheduled/batched/planned works (paying, shopping, cleaning, diet, exercise, cooking, housework etc.), I cannot manage to have several plans like that. My parents do not have such practice as well.

  • Plenty of people still don’t have kids or a spouse in their 30s for 40s though. So, they have no responsibilities for longer. Also, plenty of people in their 20s don’t have good health.

  • Was that an F-word I heard? Since when does this channel use the F-word? Not impressed. I hear it again, and I’m done with this channel.

  • That’s good advice. Usually people tell you to say “no” and save money but if you do that too much you miss out on life so it’s all about that balance

  • For my first two years, I was riding an old bike that had been entry-level when new. The clip-in pedals were extremely stiff, and I came off so many times it really hit my confidence. I found I chose to walk up some hills because I couldn’t start on a climb. It was only when I tried a newer bike, with newer pedals, I realised they were the problem all along. An old bike can save you money and get you started, but it can also hold you back. Plan to move on if you plan to keep cycling!

  • Thank you for your great u-tube videos…Can you advice how to get rid of corns between the toes naturally… your help will be greatly appreciated… PeACE…����

  • Omg. Im laughing so hard because i once wore my helmet backwards and its so hard to pedal i feel like my head is so heavy and the wind is so strong. XD haha

  • Hi Chelsea! Can you please do a video on how to financially survive the Coronavirus quarantine? My country’s lockdown period is predicted to last for at least another 2-3 months.

    Sending love from the Philippines ��
    Thanks for putting out your content, it’s so helpful.

  • Don’t do what I just did…haven’t ridden a bike in 7 years, have this crazy Idea of a long trip next summer…bought a bike yesterday, rode 7.5 miles…today? 11 this morning, 9.4 tonight. 20.4 miles my second day. Lets just say, with my saddle definitely not being right, and actually living in a pretty hilly city, I KNOW I’m gonna regret this tomorrow based on how tight I already am. ������

  • Don’t buy lots of fancy Lycra clothes, but do buy a basic pair of riding shorts with a comfortable but thin liner.

    I literally used to cut all my liners out because the extra heat and sweat trapped by the liner was more uncomfortable than not having any padding.

  • Don’t not bring enough water. There will be days when it feels as if you must be powered by water. You won’t be able to pour it down your throat fast enough. A single water bottle is rarely enough.

  • I cannot thank TFD enough for its existence. I’m so much calmer than I would’ve been if I weren’t on top of my finances. Thank you ladies for being a guide for a very lost 24 year old and turning her into a more secure 27-year-old lady.

  • the pomodoro method is how I learned to work with my adhd in order to get schoolwork done! I figured it out by myself, but I didn’t know until now that it was an actual thing with a name! it makes schoolwork take a little bit longer overall, but my work is more efficient and better quality because I have those little mental breaks in between.

  • 7 Unique Ways To Get More Done In Less Time:
    8) Actually list your unique ways in the description so we can save time watching the entire video.

  • I actually wasted pretty much of my 20s but now that I’m 30 I feel like I’ve grown a lot, learned from my past mistakes and I’m able to self-reflect about a lot. The only thing I can’t figure out is how to be happier and find my purpose in life.

  • I thought the number one rule was don’t get run over by a car. With nobody really “driving” anymore (they’re really just “riding” while jerking off on their phones) it’s just a matter of time….

  • I just signed up for wealth simple using your TFD code and will signup for skill share now. Thanks for your help guys!!!!!! Slowing climbing out of my winter slump!!

  • I love the TFD. It’s been helpful with saving but I wish my careers had gone better. I’ve been a teacher and failed at that and I tried to enlist in the Navy but I was separated for medical (mental health). Now what do I do?

  • Guys hello, you are far over 22 why can’t you start making videos for older folks. I’m never going back to 22 so why bother watching a video like this? And why will not watch the video I will applaud you for talking to younger girls or guys about standing up to harassment and sexual advances. I really wish I had known that at a younger age because I would have reported things earlier. Again, this is just as apt for someone in their 30s or 40s, so why not create some videos of care towards older people if some of the content fits?

  • How about a topic on what to do when you think you owe taxes? Like a lot of taxes. My husband and I may and we both claim 0 married rate but we are probably going to switch him to the single withholding rate because we owe so much this year.

  • When you are realy hung over you don’t have a headake. Very increased pulse and extreme nausea totally numbing your body. 1 mg of Clonazepam gets rid from most of the symptoms combine it with a non sedating antidepressant like vertioxetine and most of it is gone by 40mins.

  • I’m 22. My biggest struggle is trying to figure out how to think strategically about my career path while also pushing myself to take a big risk. How do I do both?? I actually lose sleep over this lol.

  • I like how this video emphasizes a variety of ways to enforce a schedule! I think that’s the most useful way of “saving time” once you figure out the things you’d like to do in your day, you can make more time for those highlights. It’s also helpful to hear during this virus outbreak setting a routine when times are uncertain is an important way to feel healthier and more in control.

  • I’m kinda new to cycling (since turning 40 a couple years ago..everything hurts and falls apart). I would suggest don’t go overboard on gear and shit..Dropping $250 on a jersey etc isn’t going to do anything that an $80 one can’t. At least as a beginner.

  • Without wanting to be the person that constantly complains, I want to say that I’m still not liking these short form videos. They are getting better, maybe it’s a matter of Erin just needing to find her groove. The last ones I had specific complaints about and this one is just an “overall meh.”

    The topic is fine; I remember liking the one Chelsea did. I don’t have any problem with Erin, liked the video collab she did a while back and went to her channel afterwards and watched her videos, thought they were good there. Trying to break down what feels bleh and actually be constructive, and it seems like the timing/depth.

    So that means it may just be a subjective personal thing and others will like the three-minute fix, and if so no point in complaining that the world doesn’t revolve around my likes and dislikes.

    Consider this though. It’s “Three Minute Guide” but the video is almost five minutes. The actual content is 3:40 which is fine, and then we get a minute / 20% of advertisement. She also only has time to light brush the surface on each topic instead of going in depth like a lot of us are used to, and why we like this channel over a lot of others.. and this might be my imagination but it seems like she’s talking fast to rush through and get everything in under time?

    I don’t know. Ya’ll didn’t ask for a comments critique cop, but there it is. Change or no change I’ll shut up soon.

  • I just signed up for wealth simple using your TFD code and will signup for skill share now. Thanks for your help guys!!!!!! Slowing climbing out of my winter slump!!

  • Don’t buy lots of fancy Lycra clothes, but do buy a basic pair of riding shorts with a comfortable but thin liner.

    I literally used to cut all my liners out because the extra heat and sweat trapped by the liner was more uncomfortable than not having any padding.

  • Thank you for this! I just turned 23 so this is very helpful, especially the first point! We need to take care of our health so our bodies can help us thrive rather than trying to catch-up with us throughout our lives!

  • I had no idea we were so close in age, I turned 29 on Valentine’s Day. My little brother turned 21 in November, and I try to give him all of the advice that you listed. Your 20’s are about finding out who you are, what you stand for, and what you refuse to tolerate.

  • As a chronic multi-tasker, I’ve found batching to be the single most useful tool to increase my productivity that and setting 30-minute timers to keep me on track/track progress. Thanks for the great video!

  • Focus on the content not dumb shit like what clothes she’s wearing. That’s why some of you are broke bc your paying attention to dumb shit.

  • Financial advise is straight forward and mostly self control.
    These videos have become redundant while the resources we have available to grow our money are expanding and adapting.

  • First time I rode a proper racer I had clipless or clip pedals is what everyone really calls them and the wind hitting me sideways pushed me over and it is to this day the scariest moment of me life

  • This could not have come at a better time, I’m 22, just graduated and trying to figure out what the hell am I going to do with my life.

  • Lots of these tricks are techniques I was taught as options to do during an ADHD executive function class! Not all techniques work for everyone because I find that my productivity brain works best when in “flow”/hyper-focused, so the pomodoro method doesn’t work the best for me, but that’s the great thing about variety of techniques/options! Try some, see which work best for you and don’t beat yourself up about tricks and skills that work better for different brains!

  • From my experience, #5 is the enemy of #3 and #4… It’s so easy to fill your day with small tasks that require less effort, while the big tasks that require sustained effort and attention get pushed to the side. I try to use Pomodoro technique (more or less) in the morning to get a chunk of research done, and then allow smaller task (like those two minute ones) to seep in during the afternoon. That’s just what works for me as a grad student.:)

  • Man…. I needed this today. These last few months I have been so overwhelmed with working at home. Never needed healthy work at home habits before, it’s been very difficult, and usually ends with me being down on myself and feeling constantly irresponsible and lazy. THANK YOU TFD!

  • I’m 40 years old and struggling with the fact that I wasted much of my 20s. Growing up my mother was a woman who never took risks and she put that on me too…In short, I’m angry

  • My fave tavern is only 2 blocks away, so I just walk there and back. And I think that’s the best way to get home! Cheaper than an Uber, and it burns calories.

  • Another mistake new cyclist do, at least I find quite often, riding with headphones or checking phone/screen standing in the middle of the bike path or even worse taking selfie (believe me I have spotted people who are not so confident on their balance and taking selfie with one hand on the handlebar!).

  • I am going to turn into 21 years old soon, I rewatch this video by accident and I start to burst into tears. I feel my 20 is a waste and I don’t know what to do next. I’ve lied to people, I’ve lied to myself. Nothing works. I’m scared. I’m full of doubts and insecurities. I just want to vanish.
    For anyone who comes across my negative comment, I’m sorry. I just want to leave my true feeling here so that one day, I will come back to see this. I hope, on that day, I will genuinely smile at my vulnerable twenties and say “Everything is ok now, my girl”.
    #July8_2020

  • Flush your system, that’s how you get rid of a hangover…
    the idea with coffee is that it’ll wake you up but it’ll also act as a diuretic.

  • Im currently in college and its true what you said, trying to become successful is not a matter of days! I have had panic attacks on my way to school or work just because I was pushing my self extremely far. Yes its true I had A’s in all my classes and my two jobs gave me money, but I still think that sometimes is not worth it…

  • Omg the part on skipping social nights out with friends is so true. I’m 26 and now that I look back, I keep in touch with almost nobody from when I was in university. Loving the broke millennial guides!

  • I’ve been using toe cages for the last 8 years. I get to wear ‘walking around’ shoes, and I feel like I get 80% of the benefits of clipless. What am I missing? What’s the hype?

  • Another mistake new cyclist do, at least I find quite often, riding with headphones or checking phone/screen standing in the middle of the bike path or even worse taking selfie (believe me I have spotted people who are not so confident on their balance and taking selfie with one hand on the handlebar!).

  • Nice to watch this very informative video as beginner, I learned how to adjust seat accordingly, because i don’t know about it, thanks

  • Was that an F-word I heard? Since when does this channel use the F-word? Not impressed. I hear it again, and I’m done with this channel.

  • 120mg of codeine phosphate works great for hangovers, also 150mg of tramadol does, and if u need an all day cure, 15mg of MST does wonders.

  • Friends you won’t believe it.
    I have just a 21-day plan for you to get the perfect body you’ve always dreamed of. All you have to do to get this crazy plan is to click on the link I leave for you and buy it at a discounted price especially for you. Enjoy!!!!!

  • I sorta already keep track of good habits with this app called win streak and whenever i complet something on my to list or a goal I had set myself I put it in my win streak app for that day I completed certain tasks. Its rewarding to see that I have been productive and seeing where my time went for certain things I was trying to accomplish. Also I have a Journal for monthly highlights so I can just keep those in mind and look back on them. For example my higlight for February was get my license to become a CNA (certified nursing assistan) then March’s highlight would be getting a job for nursing as well as keeping up with 2 jobs.

  • It was great listening to this. I felt so moved by this as well. Aileen you are a magnificent creation of the universe. I love your sense of style and all the content you curate. Keep up the good work

  • This afternoon, two friends (not close friends) asked me to get some salad with them at a famous restaurant in my city. I politely replied no, saying that I don’t really like salad (as an excuse) when in fact, i like salad as well. I just thought that i need to save some money so that’s why i turned down their proposal. On my way back home, i instantly regretted that i should have accepted and went out with them, as a way to get along with them, building frienships and expand my network. That was quite a lesson for me. I, myself, do feel like i say no so much to other people because of trying to save money that, at the end, my relationship with other people doesn’t improve much ( you probably get what i say ). And this evening, i found this video, it hits me so hard. Lesson learned.

  • I feel the relax part… and I’m only 18. I was way too hard on myself in HS, and I ended up destroying my body… don’t forget you need breaks too

  • I can definitely identify with quite a few of these! I wish I had started applying for jobs way before I graduated college instead of struggling to find something after graduation.

  • This was a wonderfull and inspiring video, but it always stings when people say don’t take your health for granted, because i’ve not really been healthy, or well for the past six years because of chronic illnes…

  • Hey Aileen,i couldn’t stop myself from commenting on this beautiful video. This is what i want now,i’m in my early twenties and every word you said was so true. Thank you so much��

  • I love the TFD. It’s been helpful with saving but I wish my careers had gone better. I’ve been a teacher and failed at that and I tried to enlist in the Navy but I was separated for medical (mental health). Now what do I do?

  • This video speaks to me. I’m just about 22 and feel totally lost, especially because the end of my college career is looming… hopefully

  • This topic was a little different but I’m grateful for the positive response! Pls share this w/ anyone who would appreciate it! ��

    P.S. Read the description for my deeper thoughts & reminder about life.

  • WOW! ����
    I just find out your channel this morning and I’m so glad.. it’s like a gift to me
    I like everything in your video and it’s really come in the right time because I’m 20 and two months so I think I’m in the beginning of my life ��
    I really care about what you did say and I have plans to a lot of them..
    OH GOD you can’t imagine how much I’m happy right now with your channel ������
    It seems there is a lot to learn!
    All respect ����

  • 1) Track your good habits. 2) Batch your related tasks together. 3) Shorten your to-do list. 4) Use the pomodoro technique. 5) Follow the two-minute rule: if it takes less than two minutes to do the task, do it then and there, rather than putting it off until later. 6) Give all meetings and conversations a hard stop. 7) Create a visual map for your goals, with rewards at certain milestones.

  • Thanks for watching our What to Do After Overeating episode! What was your biggest aha moment after watching? Let me know in the comments!

  • I used to get incredibly overwhelmed in high school and college because I always over-exerted myself and didn’t have any time management/self-help skills in place. It wasn’t until I reached my breaking point that I started to adopt some of these practices and I can assure you that these are very helpful methods!

  • ugh… here’s some financial advice for ya’ll. anyone out there willing to give you financial advice are just vultures selling a product, and their advice is always common sense BS that you would have to be an idiot to not already know. For a hot minute I thought this youtube channel was worth something, but nah… just a poorly veiled attempt as marketing their sponsors with cickbait quality advice.

  • Funny how I’ve taken lime juice with my vodka for almost a year and just now stumbled across this video. Happy accident or gut instinct…either way, cool cool.

  • Hello, Myself Preet Bare from India. I have been following you since a while know, this content was so helpful…..I would like to thank you from core of my heart..This content was a boost to my targets and goals…God bless you…..

  • This could not have come at a better time, I’m 22, just graduated and trying to figure out what the hell am I going to do with my life.

  • I feel the relax part… and I’m only 18. I was way too hard on myself in HS, and I ended up destroying my body… don’t forget you need breaks too

  • This was actually very useful. The backwards helmet though?? Another suggestion for new riders plan your route in advance and pick roads with bike lanes or ample shoulders with lower speed limits. Also, find group rides to go on at your level, more riders = greater visibility to cars/improved rider safety.

  • Why are there so many stupid comments on her appearance? Like who gives a fuck, she did a great job in this video. And the way she dresses has nothing to do with how relatable she is……

  • That was an awesome video. Man u guys did an awesome job & the quality of the video is superb. Those bikes r so beautiful wow. Love the black one.

  • This video speaks to me. I’m just about 22 and feel totally lost, especially because the end of my college career is looming… hopefully

  • “Going out without spares” Manon clearly does not understand the religious, transcendental side of road cycling lol. Many of us believe we can use our psychic powers to prevent punctures:):)
    If a puncture does happen, it simply means we did not pray hard enough, not that we have to take spares next time.
    Simples really…

  • Chelsea, I came here just to say that you hook me up on The Circle. I was not even aware that it was a thing until I heard you mentioning here. Just finished season 1 of the Brazilian version. ��

  • Why are there so many stupid comments on her appearance? Like who gives a fuck, she did a great job in this video. And the way she dresses has nothing to do with how relatable she is……

  • Cyclists talking about bonking while riding, seems kind of soft to me. I’ve done alot of experimentation with fasting and what can be done while in extreme states of caloric deficiency and I think most people would be surprised. I’m surprised this isn’t an american channel with how much you clowns advocate eating during everything.

  • That was an awesome video. Man u guys did an awesome job & the quality of the video is superb. Those bikes r so beautiful wow. Love the black one.

  • I’ve been following this channel since I was in high school and this video has been very inspiring and insightful for me! I am 22 and just graduated out of college and am doing various freelancing opportunities since the pandemic and quarantine and you really inspire me to keep trying out new things and that it’s okay to take an unconventional career path. “Take risks while your young” is something that I will carry with me throughout this time <3 all the love

  • man i miss the vids that talked about different juicing strategies and explained what veggies/fruits did what for you rather than this pseudo-psychology hipster shit. this “ambassador” chick is literally not telling us anything we dont already know. really dont like this girl.

  • Thanks for watching our What to Do After Overeating episode! What was your biggest aha moment after watching? Let me know in the comments!

  • I advise “Drink more water with Alcohol & take Ibuprofen ( if possible, drink ORS also) before going to bed”…next day, take an antioxidant tablet & a Multivitamin tablet to give some strength to Liver

  • When you are new to cycling don’t forget to enjoy yourself. Even the grimacing Lycra clad racing snakes on their carbon spaceships are, deep down inside, enjoying themselves!
    The main thing is to just get out there, keep things modest and build things up slowly and don’t feel judged, everyone had to start out once.

  • Can anyone recommend cycling clothing that isn’t so…… out there? I always the GNC crew, and the videos and content are great, but what they wear always looks so goofy and “hey, look at me!”. I think the concept of cycling clothing is sound, but what about the average person who does’t want to stand out and look like Lance Armstrong?

  • ugh… here’s some financial advice for ya’ll. anyone out there willing to give you financial advice are just vultures selling a product, and their advice is always common sense BS that you would have to be an idiot to not already know. For a hot minute I thought this youtube channel was worth something, but nah… just a poorly veiled attempt as marketing their sponsors with cickbait quality advice.

  • This was actually very useful. The backwards helmet though?? Another suggestion for new riders plan your route in advance and pick roads with bike lanes or ample shoulders with lower speed limits. Also, find group rides to go on at your level, more riders = greater visibility to cars/improved rider safety.

  • My pet peeve is the casual cyclists that deck their bikes out with so much tacky stuff. One guy I seen put a car horn on his bike, thinking it would be hilarious.

  • Rhythm and time serve the person who uses them to form good habits and destroys the one who uses it to form bad habits. Love James Clear.

  • Financial advise is straight forward and mostly self control.
    These videos have become redundant while the resources we have available to grow our money are expanding and adapting.

  • Nice to watch this very informative video as beginner, I learned how to adjust seat accordingly, because i don’t know about it, thanks

  • My advice to those in your 20s is to take full advantage of your energy…it slowly disappears as the years go by. Not to say that you can’t do the same things but you will just be more tired!

  • Thank you so much for this. I really needed to hear this. I am a 25 y/o a perfectionist, I had everything planned for each year of my life. Nothing has gone as planned and I am trying to figure out how to cope with it. I’m still trying to figure things out, I know my goal but it’s taking time to reach it. I need to chill and learn to live a little..I am literally soaking up everything you’ve said.

  • Omg the part on skipping social nights out with friends is so true. I’m 26 and now that I look back, I keep in touch with almost nobody from when I was in university. Loving the broke millennial guides!

  • I liked some podcasts and videos from you, and also I think this topic is important. I have a question, I don’t wanna be rude. You were talking about Wilson’s health…if he wants it to be private, why don’t you accept it and leave it private.

  • I’m going to be 25 this year and I can’t even get through this video because of how much it’s reminding me of everything that I’ve lost out on

  • Have you edited this? Where is the sunscreen crotch shot I keep reading about in the comments? You don’t really think I watch this for the bikes ��

  • Omg. Im laughing so hard because i once wore my helmet backwards and its so hard to pedal i feel like my head is so heavy and the wind is so strong. XD haha

  • Thank you for very informative advice in life actually when im watching your video I make sure that i will take down notes to remind my self everytime, beacause i will turn into 18 I am so happy to know that in my age thank you I really admire you.

  • Just turned 23 and it’s almost been a year since I graduated from University definitely don’t have my life together at all and it’s super scary but seeing these videos has made me a little less anxious so thank you!

  • When you are new to cycling don’t forget to enjoy yourself. Even the grimacing Lycra clad racing snakes on their carbon spaceships are, deep down inside, enjoying themselves!
    The main thing is to just get out there, keep things modest and build things up slowly and don’t feel judged, everyone had to start out once.

  • I wish you’d stop touting Skillshare when their terrible billing practices are well documented on the internet. How can you give financial advice to people by getting paid to promote a service that repeatedly catches out customers with high charges, is deliberately difficult to cancel, has terrible customer service and refuses to offer refunds?

  • This has changed a lot about my perception of life. I am almost 2 months into my 20th year and I am glad I found this when I did. Thank you so much!!!����

  • “Going out without spares” Manon clearly does not understand the religious, transcendental side of road cycling lol. Many of us believe we can use our psychic powers to prevent punctures:):)
    If a puncture does happen, it simply means we did not pray hard enough, not that we have to take spares next time.
    Simples really…

  • This afternoon, two friends (not close friends) asked me to get some salad with them at a famous restaurant in my city. I politely replied no, saying that I don’t really like salad (as an excuse) when in fact, i like salad as well. I just thought that i need to save some money so that’s why i turned down their proposal. On my way back home, i instantly regretted that i should have accepted and went out with them, as a way to get along with them, building frienships and expand my network. That was quite a lesson for me. I, myself, do feel like i say no so much to other people because of trying to save money that, at the end, my relationship with other people doesn’t improve much ( you probably get what i say ). And this evening, i found this video, it hits me so hard. Lesson learned.

  • I’m so shocked that your turning thirty…I really thought that you were in your early twenties…But you look great for your age…I’m not just saying this by the way you really do

  • My personal pet hate is dark cycling tops. I also drive a car and on country roads/lanes a dark top against hedgerows is very difficult to see.

  • 1st ride out in 25 years i did 65 miles, was great loved being back on the bike. Finished ride with my mate at his house, which was 30 seconds away from my house on other side of main road. Rode along path to get to main road and didn’t unclip in time and went down like a sack of spuds, scared the crap out of 2 old women cause i fell off.

  • Can anyone recommend cycling clothing that isn’t so…… out there? I always the GNC crew, and the videos and content are great, but what they wear always looks so goofy and “hey, look at me!”. I think the concept of cycling clothing is sound, but what about the average person who does’t want to stand out and look like Lance Armstrong?

  • Nice experiences Erin. I’m 24 and started working recently after my master’s degree. The thought of what I want to do next with life keeps me up at night periodically and keeps looping like a slideshow of the optimal and pessimistic outcomes that might arise in the future as a result of the decisions I will be making at this age.

  • How about a topic on what to do when you think you owe taxes? Like a lot of taxes. My husband and I may and we both claim 0 married rate but we are probably going to switch him to the single withholding rate because we owe so much this year.

  • I can definitely identify with quite a few of these! I wish I had started applying for jobs way before I graduated college instead of struggling to find something after graduation.

  • Thank you for this! I just turned 23 so this is very helpful, especially the first point! We need to take care of our health so our bodies can help us thrive rather than trying to catch-up with us throughout our lives!

  • Without wanting to be the person that constantly complains, I want to say that I’m still not liking these short form videos. They are getting better, maybe it’s a matter of Erin just needing to find her groove. The last ones I had specific complaints about and this one is just an “overall meh.”

    The topic is fine; I remember liking the one Chelsea did. I don’t have any problem with Erin, liked the video collab she did a while back and went to her channel afterwards and watched her videos, thought they were good there. Trying to break down what feels bleh and actually be constructive, and it seems like the timing/depth.

    So that means it may just be a subjective personal thing and others will like the three-minute fix, and if so no point in complaining that the world doesn’t revolve around my likes and dislikes.

    Consider this though. It’s “Three Minute Guide” but the video is almost five minutes. The actual content is 3:40 which is fine, and then we get a minute / 20% of advertisement. She also only has time to light brush the surface on each topic instead of going in depth like a lot of us are used to, and why we like this channel over a lot of others.. and this might be my imagination but it seems like she’s talking fast to rush through and get everything in under time?

    I don’t know. Ya’ll didn’t ask for a comments critique cop, but there it is. Change or no change I’ll shut up soon.

  • That’s good advice. Usually people tell you to say “no” and save money but if you do that too much you miss out on life so it’s all about that balance

  • im crying while watching this video, this year is my last teen year. I learned many things from this,, I think I found the angel that God sent to me, it is you. I really need this, thank you

  • To all of you experienced cyclists out there. Please don’t ignore some obviously new cyclists, kind of just give them a simple, “hi” or a wave and it’ll motivate them a ton just from you acknowledging them. I personally am an amateur and just went biking, I was feeling unmotivated cus I was on a steep hill, then an experienced looking cyclist rode passed me and gave me a simple nod, that itself motivated me to finish the climb and get to that nice nice decent

  • Menudo, chocolate milk, hot peppers, dill pickle juice, Kim chi and last but not least the hair of the dog that got you this way.

    Oh yea don’t mix all that together to take but icons your a democrat give it a shot n let me know icons it works n what happened.

  • You have definitely changed my mindset i spend most of my time indoors doing nothing which is a waste its time to change! Thankyou for your advice xxx

  • 9. Do Not,,, try to play the piano whilst riding, very dangerous, and heavy to.
    10. Dont be too hard on yourself if you’re local timed ride is a bit slower than the best. (Put it down to good training time)

  • I love the two minute rule! I made a promise to myself a while ago to not procrastinate on small tasks and it’s been working out great. Sometimes trying to form a habit with the two minute rule turns into continuing to do the habit for only two minutes a day, though.

  • Very wise words. I really enjoyed watching this video while drinking my cup of coffee. Though when I reflect on my own life, you mentioned “when you’re young, you have energy to do this and that” well unfortunately I don’t have that energy to make an additional effort. Most of the time I would just rather be at home in peace and not leaving my comfort zone, especially now in this quarantine, home is what gives me safety, stability and predictability.

  • Don’t do what I just did…haven’t ridden a bike in 7 years, have this crazy Idea of a long trip next summer…bought a bike yesterday, rode 7.5 miles…today? 11 this morning, 9.4 tonight. 20.4 miles my second day. Lets just say, with my saddle definitely not being right, and actually living in a pretty hilly city, I KNOW I’m gonna regret this tomorrow based on how tight I already am. ������

  • 9. Do Not,,, try to play the piano whilst riding, very dangerous, and heavy to.
    10. Dont be too hard on yourself if you’re local timed ride is a bit slower than the best. (Put it down to good training time)

  • Thank you so much for this video Aileen!! Every point you made struck me because I’ve been putting off traveling, reconnecting with my friends and parents, and everything else because I don’t have a job yet, and this video made me realize that taking risks is good, and you can always find a way to do what you want to do, and to never take things for granted.
    Thank you… I’ll stop crying and call my parents because I miss them so much

  • I’m 22. My biggest struggle is trying to figure out how to think strategically about my career path while also pushing myself to take a big risk. How do I do both?? I actually lose sleep over this lol.

  • I really need to start exercising. I tried to do the two minute thing and I do it for two years and it didn’t work. I often don’t remember or postpone it to the other day and I just can’t.

  • Hi Chelsea!! I really needed this video, I’ve been struggling trying to stay focused working from home. Thanks for the good content!

  • Based on my experience:
    1. Take Ibuprofen & Domeperidone tablets before you go to a good night’s sleep
    2. Take N-Acetyl Cysteine tablet before you start drinking
    3. Drink more Water and some drink with electrolytes in it (ORS)
    4. Next day, take antioxidant tablet and multivitamin tablet to protect Liver. Korean Ginseng also might help

  • 3/4 coke 1/4 water in a pint glass always does the trick for me for some reason ��.

    I guess its hydration but it seems to settle my stomach and reduce my headaches for particularly bad hangovers.

  • Just turn 22 this February, graduated from college, already work for 1,5 year, being promoted as leader, buying home, etc. Honestly not to brag or anything, just being thankful for share your experience so i can learn so early. Thank you for telling me to calm the f-down ��

    Btw, love this series, hope 3 minute guide would be write on the video title to make it easy to find.

  • I am watching this video at the absolute right time. After working at a no growth job for 4 years i decided to go back to school so i can get the career i actually want. But while in school I’m working 2 jobs even though i don’t have to. Now it’s killing me and my school work is being affected. I want to resign from one of my positions but i keep chickening out. I was going to wait until next week but I think I’ll pull the trigger today. Thanks!

  • Cyclists talking about bonking while riding, seems kind of soft to me. I’ve done alot of experimentation with fasting and what can be done while in extreme states of caloric deficiency and I think most people would be surprised. I’m surprised this isn’t an american channel with how much you clowns advocate eating during everything.

  • I’m 25 yrs old and this is the best advice that I ever heard thank you so much for this BTW love your videos they are very inspirational my birth is on October 20

  • never had a hangover. instead i wake up really early the next day feeling more energetic (also more poopy). worst i had was i was still drunk when i woke up. slept thru it and that’s it.
    maybe it’s because I’m still young, might update after 50 yrs.

  • This video seemed depressing. I feel like it had a strong tone of regret and I don’t think that’s a healthy way to think about things? I’m I wtong about this? What are your thoughts?

  • Don’t not bring enough water. There will be days when it feels as if you must be powered by water. You won’t be able to pour it down your throat fast enough. A single water bottle is rarely enough.

  • The part you say about parents is so important. I’d also add healing in there, heal your mental health from childhood trauma if there is any. Trauma is stored in the body and the earlier you dig deep into your mind and solve/change stuff, the better. Also learning to forgive. I’m only 21, but currently learning so much about this area of life. If anyone reading this has a bad relationship w their parents or family, work on forgiveness to rid yourself of that burden. Forgiving doesn’t mean forgetting.
    Oh, and talk to your family about not just their life but also their health and end-of-life topics. That way you know what decisions to make once they might get very sick (also ask them to make a living will, so you don’t have to decide in life-or-death hospital situations).

    And adding to investing early: Insurances. Figure out which ones are truly important and take advantage of how cheap most of them are when you start them in your early 20s. If I wasn’t currently studying and without income I would instantly jump on that opportunity.

  • First time I rode a proper racer I had clipless or clip pedals is what everyone really calls them and the wind hitting me sideways pushed me over and it is to this day the scariest moment of me life

  • Hey i was thinking if you could make a video or give me some advice on my experience.
    So i’ve made huge mistakes in my undergrad life.. it’s taking me 6 years to graduate… i have 1 year left..
    So do have any advice for people like me who are graduating late. like really late. my age is almost 25 now:(

  • take a bunch of poop pills and drink alot of water sleep until you loose a few pounds cant eat while your asleep lol hope these tips help

  • I am so happy to find your channel during quarantine. I realized this is personally a great time for me to be more in touch with myself and the more quiet side of life in general. Thank you for this ❤️

  • I always add water to wine to reduce the intensely of the hangovers. Wine hangovers are the worst due to the amount of sugar in wine.

  • 1. Respected her health. She worked three jobs at once and was tired a lot.
    2. Spoken up about harassment.
    3. Follow her dreams to be an actor.
    4. Thought more strategically about her career. Don’t take a job just because it pays & has health insurance.
    5.. Stop saying no so often.

  • So i’m in love with your videos!! i just found you yesterday and didnt stop watching your videos, keep it going girl:D:D love from PORTUGAL

  • The struggle is very real, there are people who are very much affected negatively by what surrounds them. The power to change your circumstance may vary based on the individual, but if you can pull through your circumstances and regain focus on your goals then make it happen and keep moving forward. Good message, keep up the great work guys.

  • If anyone wants to do a study on the impacts of lime juice on hangover severity via the consumption of Margaritas…. let me know 😉

  • Im currently in college and its true what you said, trying to become successful is not a matter of days! I have had panic attacks on my way to school or work just because I was pushing my self extremely far. Yes its true I had A’s in all my classes and my two jobs gave me money, but I still think that sometimes is not worth it…

  • whats happened to the channel over the last month? been folllowing you guys since the start and the content is going downhill:-( view count the last few weeks shows I’m not the only one.. hope u go back to basics

  • The pomodoro technique works really well for really long boring tasks cleaning out closets, organizing papers, reorganizing kitchen cabinets and such. Those things feel compelled to push to completion while getting exhausted. The pomodoro technique gives you breaks while keeping the focus. I had a box full of papers from a move both trash and important documents I kept in a closet for years. I used pomodoro to get through it in a weekend.

  • I watch a lot of youtube all the time. But yours is the content that makes me feel content <3 Excellent tips to a 23 year young like me <3 love love

  • I can completely understand the self sabotage, where I binge eat all the wrong foods and then turn around and eat super clean just to turn back around a binge again. Thank you for giving me the steps on what to do when I mess up on my eating. Sometimes it takes another person to make you realize why you’re having setbacks.

  • I listen to these videos when I’m lonely because she feels like a best friend really invested in you making good choices and the choices that are right for you❤️❤️

  • Just transitioned to a road bike and the biggest learning curve was figuring out the shifters. Having come from a hybrid bike I found new shifters quite daunting. But I’m over it now and also I cycle 20km to my parents for a visit and on cycle paths and occasional roads. Yes most avid road cyclists are complete tools, basically the BMW drivers equivalent to cyclists

  • For my first two years, I was riding an old bike that had been entry-level when new. The clip-in pedals were extremely stiff, and I came off so many times it really hit my confidence. I found I chose to walk up some hills because I couldn’t start on a climb. It was only when I tried a newer bike, with newer pedals, I realised they were the problem all along. An old bike can save you money and get you started, but it can also hold you back. Plan to move on if you plan to keep cycling!

  • I wish you’d stop touting Skillshare when their terrible billing practices are well documented on the internet. How can you give financial advice to people by getting paid to promote a service that repeatedly catches out customers with high charges, is deliberately difficult to cancel, has terrible customer service and refuses to offer refunds?

  • If I threw up before the night was over, I never got a hangover the next day, so drink until you throw up is my advice. But since I didn’t like either option, I stopped drinking. The buzz isn’t worth it IMO.

  • 1st ride out in 25 years i did 65 miles, was great loved being back on the bike. Finished ride with my mate at his house, which was 30 seconds away from my house on other side of main road. Rode along path to get to main road and didn’t unclip in time and went down like a sack of spuds, scared the crap out of 2 old women cause i fell off.

  • Focus on the content not dumb shit like what clothes she’s wearing. That’s why some of you are broke bc your paying attention to dumb shit.