on't you wish you could go back and give your younger self a pep talk? Words of advice? Some future fashion knowledge? Well, you're not alone.
While we can't time travel to our former selves just yet, BBC Radio's Women's Hour video gives us some insight into what some celebrities would tell their former selves.
In particular, Mad Men and Handmaid's Tale star Elizabeth Moss offered some advice for her early twenties self.
Moss in particular is known for her activism in recent years, speaking to many social issues. Would you expect anything less from the star of The Handmaid's Tale?
Her efforts towards women’s rights are well-documented on her Instagram feed.
Her success on such prestige television shoes has given her a bigger platform to help spread her activism.
She’s graced the cover of several magazines in recent years moreso to help spread socially conscious messages than to flaunt her celebrity.
Rather than model what she's wearing, she tends to gravitate more to messages like this.
That said, there are more than a few glamour shots gracing her feed.
Despite often sending heavy messages, Elisabeth had some pretty simple advice in the BBC video.
It’s easier said than done “not to stress or worry,” but there is something effective in the simplicity of it. I think most, if not all, of us are guilty of worrying a little too much.
The BBC video has inspired everyone to share their own advice for their younger selves, and it ranges from funny to some really good advice.
The colored leather thing is hilarious. I never thought about it until now, but it’s true.