Guy Is Sharing Useful Tips He Wishes He Had Known Sooner, And Here Are 29 Of The Best Ones (New Posts)
Age equals wisdom, they say. And you can’t argue much. Just think of all the little things you had no clue about two days or two years ago. And we’re talking something seemingly insignificant, like correctly putting eyedrops in your eyes, tying trash bags and mastering zip lock bags. But boy, they make a difference.
And there’s a guy named Sidneyraz who basically won the internet for sharing these kind of tips and tricks with his huge audience of 3.3 million followers on his TikTok channel. Sidneyraz set out on a mission to “tell you things I didn’t know before I was in my 30s,” and so it’s basically an open offer to learn from his journey to know-how, aka slip ups, rather than learning them the hard way.
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Sidneyraz decided to start his now-viral video series “things I didn’t know before I was in my 30s” after people really liked one of his first videos named 'Here's something you should know about being in your 30s. It's better than your 20s.' Many people found Sid’s content useful and relatable, and he immediately became a sensation. Now, Sid boasts a whopping 3.4 million followers and 98.4M total likes on his TikTok channel.
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In a previous interview with Bored Panda, Sid told us that his most popular videos are ones that have to do with the most common items that people use. That includes things like travel pillows, English muffins, trash bags, plungers, and so on."We all use the same things every day and [without questioning them] because that's how we were taught, but we have no idea why or if it's even right. So when I post a video showing a different way, it blows minds," the creator explained.
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Sid believes that we tend to experience both heartbreak and true joy before our 30s. “There are large ups and downs but, hopefully, they help us to be more empathetic people. They’re hard lessons but needed," he told us a while back. The creator added that right now, he’s learning all these things too. “I don’t want anyone to feel as alone as I have in the past when I didn’t know something [older folks understood quite well]," the TikToker said.
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It’s no secret that most people tend to romanticize nostalgia and look back on their memories with the sense that the old times were somehow better. It feels tempting to think of the old days as simpler and less chaotic than the present.
This is especially true when we look back on our childhood or earlier days, and focus on positive memories. In contrast, the present moment seems always challenging in one way or another, and only after it’s long gone can we look back at it with a sense of appreciation.
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You Can Tie A Tie In Less Than 10 Seconds If It's Not Around Your Neck
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