17 Pieces Of Advice From Yoko Ono's Twitter That Will Legitimately Improve Your Life

While many are still angry at Yoko Ono for supposedly breaking up the Beatles, there's no denying that her Twitter is a wealth of good advice. Here are 17 ways Yoko can make your life or just your day a little bit better.

Elsa Amelia
Created By Elsa Amelia
On Apr 10, 2017
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6. On feeling better:

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It's true. Exercise has been shown to significantly improve mood and even help fight infection.

7. On what's surprisingly good for you:

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When you cry, excess hormones leave through your tears and help trigger endorphin release. You really will feel better.

8. On smiling:

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Studies have shown that you can, in fact, trick your brain into thinking you're happy by smiling until it thinks it's smiling for a reason.

9. On letting go of anger:

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Whether you're trying to fall asleep or simply trying to cope with a frustrating situation, it's always a great idea to take stock of the good things in your life.

10. On responding to critics and hateful people:

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In other words, "Turn the other cheek" and "Kill 'em with kindness."

11. On facing your fears:

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It always helps to put things in perspective. Most people are more afraid of public speaking than dying until they actually think about what each of these things entails.

12. On being ignored:

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It never hurts to try and do some good while you wait for good things to come to you.

13. On being awkward:

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Odds are, it wasn't even as bad as you thought it was.

14. On how to make the world a better place:

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Honesty is always the best policy.

15. On forgiveness:

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You can't love your neighbor without figuring out how to love yourself first.

16. On rules:

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If rules are more detrimental than they are helpful, they probably need to be broken.

17. On goodness:

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It's fine to be hip, but it's better to just be a decent person.

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