Highschool. Friends. Good grades. Binge-watching your favorite shows. Doritos. Phone upgrades. Your driver’s license. Health and fitness. ACTs and SATs. Naps. Babysitting. Curfew extensions. Amusement parks. Summer break. Facebook. Part-time jobs. Lattes. College application. Family. Texting.
It’s the people, places and experiences you have in life that make you happy – not money.
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