For anyone who has watched To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before on Netflix, it is safe to say we all want someone like Peter Kavinsky in our lives. So how do you find someone like him? Well, we couldn’t help but notice that leading guy Noah Centineo’s Twitter is filled with advice on love and life. That’s why we’re taking to his wisdom-filled tweets for advice on how to find a love like Peter and Lara Jean. Discover how you can get a real-life Peter Kavinsky level of love in your life by learning from Noah’s most thoughtful tweets.
“Sometimes the best advice is listening.”
You heard the man – listen! Maybe next time you’re talking to your crush or out on a date, really focus on listening to the other person rather than thinking about what you’re going to say next. Then, when you remember certain things about them down the line – they’ll be beyond impressed and know you really care.
“Let go of that which does not serve you and that of which you do not serve.”
In other words, don’t be peer pressured into something if it’s not helping you to be the best version of yourself. You’re not going to find the love of your life while trying to be someone else.
“My mom says we’re like the sun and the moon. Just because two forces are great doesn’t mean they belong together. The rhythm of the world is great because they are in their own orbit.”
Noah’s mom has got a point here. Sometimes things just aren’t meant to be, and you can’t force it.
“Live. No one else can possibly do it for you. I wish that schooling taught us lessons that would help us avoid trauma but sadly…it’s all arithmetic and vocabulary. So live your life and experience the worst to recognize the best. Hopefully when we’re all in our 60’s it’ll B??.”
Wow, Noah – this is a good one. After all, it’s not all rainbows and sunshine when it comes to navigating through love and life. If things aren’t going the way you want them to, don’t stress – focus on the good things and keep moving until things do turn out your way.
“Love deeply. Break your heart. Love deeper. Repeat.”
Don’t be afraid to let your guard down just because you fear heartbreak. You could be missing out on something special, even if it’s not meant to last forever. The next person will be even better for you – trust the guy.
“Better to consider the person who’s giving you the advice before actually considering the advice given.”
Well, we don’t have to worry about the legitimacy of this advice-giver. Who better than Noah to trust with this stuff?