I read a lot of advice on the internet. And I'm sure you do to.
Some of it wise. Some of it not. Some of it dictating how blogs, tweets, facebook etc etc etc should be. We're all different. We all want different things. Sometimes I agree with the advice with a 'heck yeah, that annoys the hell out of me,' and sometimes I'm all, 'what do you mean that's wrong? I love it when people do that.'
You know what, be who you want to be.
Oh no, does that mean I just gave advice?
Here's some more...
Rubbing coconut hand cream all over your hands and then running said hands through your hair is a silly thing to do.
You might be embarrassed opening the door with your hair doing a jedward* (if you don't know who they are DO NOT google) and with your mascara crying 'she should have washed me off before bed', but think about how the poor startled postman felt. He had to drive responsibly after he left your house when all he wanted to do was get a stiff drink. (I have pocket watch necklaces--squee)
Buying pineapple upside down pudding when you're on a diet is not okay just because a) it's your brother's birthday and your mum always bought you a cake on his birthday when you were small (you're no longer small) or b) you'd never seen it before (you need to get out more--but not to cake shops).
*Actually, I lied, my hair was more Edward Scissorhands.