One-Liner Wednesday — Never Too Old, Either


“They’re called boundaries. You should set some now, while you’re still young.”




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25 Responses to One-Liner Wednesday — Never Too Old, Either

  1. Benson says:

    Sage advice. I have quite a few boundaries. Of course sometimes I forget what they are.

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  2. Dan Antion says:

    Great reminder. My father tried to teach me this lesson. I still had to learn it the hard way.

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  3. dalecooper57 says:

    Boundaries are best marked out with chalk, in case they need moving.

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  4. Reblogged this on Art by Rob Goldstein and commented:
    From Joyfully Stated

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  5. loisajay says:

    Such a great quote. And put it in writing!

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  6. A @ moylomenterprises says:


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  7. Ain’t it the truth!

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  8. sheldonk2014 says:

    What a great idea
    I’ve tried the ten word thingy
    But one liner
    You got me thinking
    As always sheldon


  9. LindaGHill says:

    Now there’s a reminder that needs to pop up often. Thanks, Joey. 🙂


  10. Well that’s weirdly relevant to my recent experiences. Good advice. I’m working on it.


  11. Never too old? Me, me! Need some drastically, even though it’s just letters and the board.


  12. Good advice for ‘givers.’ I’m going to remember that. 🙂

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  13. pluviolover says:

    Oh, good grief. Don’t get me started. I could tell you some stories. Set and then reset every day.

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  14. reocochran says:

    So true and valuable advice for the young. ❤ My Mom tried many times to have me give up a friend from junior high, as I was a single mom with a modest income. My friend was part of a back to school charity, as a recipient, as well as free coats and shoes drive. The list was long and it started to "sicken" me but how many long time friends did I have?! (This woman received monthly, hundreds of dollars from her father, she would show me her checks.)
    Then, one freezing cold Thanksgiving, she, her husband, and two little kids came to our door. My SIL came up behind me, quickly saying, "Robin is serving dinner, she must go!"
    As I walked back into the kitchen I let out a loud sigh of relief! Yes, sounds cruel but a weight came off my shoulders that day.

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