Tips for Life Essay

This essay has a total of 265 words and 2 pages.

Tips for Life



Ryan Franzman
Period 1
Nov. 3



Ann Landers gives several tips for leading a good life in her newspaper column but are
these tips for everyone? Most of the points in the article are actually quite good, most
people live by these tips and they don’t even realize it. The article “Tips for Life”
should be read by everyone although it should be made clear that they have the right to
rephrase several of the tips to better suit themselves.

Most of the points made in “Tips for Life” are very valid but, some points are a persons
own particular choice and should not be determined by anyone else. The tip “Be engaged
six months before you get married.” Is a persons own choice not an elderly newspaper
columnist’s. Another tip that seems a little questionable is “Marry someone you love to
talk to. As you get older, conversation will be one of the principal elements of your
relationship.” I honestly believe that a couple should get married if they have undying
love and affection for each other, not because your possible spouse is a good
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