8 things we learned from Disney princesses

1. It is not true that the dog is man's best friend

The princesses Disney they taught us that it is essential to have someone next to you who does not speak, and who can listen to our paranoia for hours, but that this does not necessarily have to be a dog.
Rapunzel had Pascal, Pocahontas had Meeko and Jasmine had Raja: their love stories are the most beautiful ever!

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2. There is always room for a chocolate

Anna, protagonist of Frozen, performs a splendid feast of chocolate based on the historical law "if no one sees you, those calories don't count". We are almost sure that this is not true but we ... like to dream.

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3. Sometimes it's okay to collapse

Get out of work, pick up the kids, prepare them a snack and again, run to the gym, invent something for dinner and do the washing machine: throwing yourself on the bed in the starfish position is absolutely recommended!

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4. Culture is fundamental

If Belle had never read anything, and hadn't been driven by her love of knowledge, she would never have met her soul mate. Start by reading something that interests you and then, little by little, turn to the classics: to meet love, sometimes, just turn the page.

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5. You don't need another to be complete

Princesses who need to be saved? Not anymore.
Over the years we have learned to get by on our own without having to ask anyone for help. Of course, sometimes having someone around who understands us would be very convenient ...

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6. Being clumsy is not a crime

It happens to be lost in thought, to forget to throw away the pasta and to find the saucepan practically empty and the spaghetti still raw on the table: do not panic.
Even Mulan was not very practical at first but her clumsiness was essential to save China!

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7. A look is worth a thousand words (but if we talk to each other it's better)

Remember the story of Ariel trading her voice for a pair of legs? We are lucky enough to be able to talk and make people feel what we want. Do we want something? Let's say it out loud and ... let's go get it!

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8. Don't drink everything in front of you

Friday night and are you out with friends? Don't drink everything in front of you or you will pay the consequences the next day.
... You don't want to have strange encounters, do you?

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