Dear Audy,

If I could talk to my younger self, this is what I would tell him.

I have a friend here in Vegas who I’ve been trying to get to come over so that we can hang out. It’s always the same excuse though, “you’re too far or I’m busy.” It’s like pulling teeth with her. But every month or so, she will find a way to visit Salt Lake without hesitation or complaints. Should I let this friendship go?

My buns don’t want none unless you got an anaconda, hun.

When you’re by someone and you notice them turning the cell phone away from you so you can’t see who or what they’re talking about. I wasn’t even looking at your phone. So what are you trying to hide?

Your self worth is in your perception. Don’t let the way someone treats you or makes you feel change this.

People will notice the change in your behavior towards them but won’t notice their behavior that made you change.

When you feel like someone’s hiding something from you, they probably are. Trust your gut.

"It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it. If you think about that, you’ll do things differently."
-Warren Buffet