Selena Gomez is dishing out some good advice and inspiration.
The 24-year-old singer opened up about what she’s learned over the last year during a live stream on Instagram over the weekend.
“The biggest lesson that I’ve been learning since 2016 would definitely be awareness,” Selena said. “I think it’s really important to be aware of where you are in your life.”
She continued, “The people you’re surrounding yourself with, the people that are purposefully the ones you’re spending time with. We go to dinner sometimes with friends, and sometimes we’ll leave and we’ll think, ‘That was such a pointless dinner. What did I learn from it? What will I gain from it? What was the point of it?’ And other nights we’ll sit at the table for five hours with friends. We’re constantly checking in with each other.”
In case you didn’t know, David was the one who helped Selena set up her Twitter account almost eight years ago, too!
Possibly in honor of the five-year anniversary of the show’s finale last night, the former Disney co-stars imagined what their Wizards characters would be doing today.
Some highlights: David‘s Justin Russo has 15 kids, Jake T. Austin‘s Max Russo either owns the substation, has lost the substation and is selling sandwiches on the street, OR is overweight and has kids as well.
And Selena‘s Alex Russo? “You know what, she’s killing the game, that’s what she’s doing,” Selena decides.
Watch the full Instagram story below!
Selena Gomez – Instagram Story
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Despite the tragic and unfortunate events that have loomed over our heads like a dark cloud in 2016, no one can argue that the year had one heck of a soundtrack.
With new albums from Beyonce, Kanye, Lady Gaga, and Rihanna (among many, many others) we’ve been lucky enough to have music to turn to when we’ve felt our lowest, our giddiest, and our most apathetic.
We’ve had songs to listen to when we’ve shuddered with sobs beneath our covers, when we’ve never ever wanted to see that person ever again, and when we’ve felt hopeful, perhaps for the first time in a while.
Still, lists like these are subjective, so in the interest of mixing matters up, we’ve sorted our favorite song lyrics of the year into categories – most meaningful, best rhymes, most memorable, and funniest.