11 Life Lessons As Taught To Us All By Amy Huberman
'Ask not what you can do for the Dairy Milk but what the Dairy Milk can do for you.'
Ah, Hubes. The nation's sweetheart and all-round great gal.
She ticks every single box, and we, for one, think she deserves a mention
An author by trade already, we think she should release a collection of go-to life lessons on how not to be a dick. We thought we'd help her out to begin with, and thought of a few ourselves...
1. Be kind, but also trust your gut
You never know what sort of weirdos are out there.
I appreciate everyone's differences and celebrate the right to express personal choice. Except for people who make hot chocolate with water.— Amy Huberman (@amyhuberman) July 20, 2015
2. That no-one's ever too good to do their own vacuuming
Not even Lady Hooverman herself.
3. That everything works out for a reason
Especially if you see things that others don't.
4. That feelings are important
And crying is importanter
5. Love is real
Especially if you're sound, funny and downright dreamy.
Myself and Amy Poehler got married in Trinity today. We are very happy. Thank you for all the well wishes. pic.twitter.com/MVHka8O8w8— Amy Huberman (@amyhuberman) March 13, 2015
6. The importance of giving
Ask not what you can do for the Dairy Milk but what the Dairy Milk can do for you.— Amy Huberman (@amyhuberman) December 16, 2015
7. Keeping up with current affairs is crucial
I love that they're describing the rat they found in Tipperary as four fifths the size of the president.— Amy Huberman (@amyhuberman) April 30, 2015
8. That you should listen to every argument
My head says kale but my heart says double burger cheese fries and snickers milkshake— Amy Huberman (@amyhuberman) March 21, 2016
9. Always meet your heroes
10. To forgive, but never forget
'I'm only sixteen'
I feel like Australia are the Nadine Coyle of Eurovision and soon some one might just bust them for lying on the entry form. Europe ☑️— Amy Huberman (@amyhuberman) May 14, 2016
11. And finally, a tidy house is a tidy mind
My mum must be so proud of the domestic skills she passed on. Just found cheese in my fridge older than my son.— Amy Huberman (@amyhuberman) April 7, 2015