Posting party pics to social mediaYulia Grigoryeva/Shutterstock
Remember that feeling you got in high school when you found out everyone was invited to Jack’s blowout birthday party except you? Well, adults may get bigger but they don’t grow out of feeling sad about being left out. Unless everyone on your social media feed is on your invite list, avoid posting pics of you and your friends at a major party. Still want to share the fun? Consider posting pictures of just yourself or post pictures from the party to the party’s Facebook page or in a privately shared photo album. And for your own safety make sure you’re never, ever posting these 7 types of pics online.
“Forgetting” to pick up your dog’s poopGeoff Hardy/Shutterstock
There’s nothing more infuriating than seeing a pile of animal waste desecrating your favorite public park, a sidewalk, or (worst of all) on your own lawn. It’s astonishing how many pet owners pretend not to see Fido’s dump and just keep walking. Make sure you always bring waste bags with you and pick up after your pooch. Their mess is your responsibility—that’s just part of being a dog owner. Plus, picking up your pup’s poop helps you know them better; for instance, bloody stool is one of 12 signs of doggy cancer.