If you can’t say something nice, say it in Esperanto
A penny saved is nothing to brag about
All work and no play is not a guarantee that you’ll be able to pay all of your bills
Never count your chickens, because they don’t like being treated like numbers
A stitch in time is visible, so just buy another pair of pants
When life hands you lemons, sell them at the Farmers’ Market
Before you criticize someone, walk a mile in his shoes—if he’ll let you borrow his shoes
Life is like a box of chocolates; actually, it’s not; forget that one
It is better to have loved and lost—the first few times, but after that, it’s a real drag.