Everything I Ever Needed to Know I Learned by Watching Roseanne

You either love her or hate her. But you have to admit that by being apologetically herself, Roseanne taught us some of life’s most valuable lessons. Here are just a few.

Be bold. Don’t let people walk all over you. Know your worth.

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Girls can do anything.
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A job is just a job. Don’t let it dictate your life.
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Every girl needs a Jackie.
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And a Dan.

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Sometimes people just need time to themselves. Let them have it.darlene

The beauty of life is in its diversity.
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PMS sucks…for everyone involved.

Money doesn’t buy happiness. In fact, sometimes it can ruin things.
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Halloween is awesome. Don’t take yourself so seriously, wear a damn costume.


Everyone needs to start somewhere.

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Deep down, we all need our mommies.

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And being a mom requires thick skin, a soft heart and one hell of a sense of humor.


So many people leave your life. Keep family first.
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And most importantly. When life hands you lemons, throw them in a tornado!tornados

UPDATE: Thanks SO much to the incomparable Roseanne herself for posting this blog on her website! I am truly honored.

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15 thoughts on “Everything I Ever Needed to Know I Learned by Watching Roseanne

  1. Thanks, I always watch Roseanne DVD’s to feel better. The Roseanne show was So Awesome!! It makes me feel better when things at tough in my life. I Love that show. I watch at least some Roseanne everyday. As a matter of fact I was watching the “Toto, we’re not in Kansas anymore” episode as I was checking your blog out. Thanks. Roseanne is Awesome!!

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