10 Life Lessons To Live Your Best Life According To Peggy Bundy

Peggy Bundy may not be the best role model, but she certainly does stick out in your mind as a colorful character. Peggy really did dance to the beat of her own drum.

Her style alone was something to admire. She didn't let anyone tell her how to dress, act, or live. Peggy was really one in a million! Here are the 10 most important life lessons we learned from Peggy Bundy?

1. Live your dream

2. Life is about moderation, eat well and sleep well.

3. Dance like no ones watching

4. Spend time with your family doing things you all enjoy

5. Don't be afraid to put yourself out there

6. Be healthy, a salad goes a long way

Bonus - Routine is also important

7. Find a partner who cares about what you are saying

8. Spirituality can be a big part of your life

9. Always prepare in advance


10. Don't overwork yourself, you will burn out


What lessons has Peggy Bundy taught you?

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