Sandra Bullock tells students to stop worrying and to not pick nose
Next time we need advice, we're definitely calling Sandra Bullock
The 49-year-old US actress surprised some New Orleans high school students at their graduation ceremony on Monday morning.
Her best advice? Stop worrying and don't pick your nose.
"Stop worrying so much. I don't remember any of the moments in my life where I worried. Raise the bar higher. Nothing is a failure, it's just not supposed to work out," said the comedienne, who has starred in films like Miss Congeniality and last year's The Heat.
The students are from Warren Easton Charter High School, a school adopted by Bullock after it was damaged by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. She also donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to help rebuild the campus, fund scholarships and pay for new uniforms and equipment.
"Not everybody is going to love us"
She continued: ""Eat something green every day. Do not pick your nose in public. How about we just go get a tissue? When someone who cares about you hugs you, hug them back. If someone doesn't want to play with you, it's okay. Not everybody is going to love us.
"And last but not least go find your joy. It's what you're going to remember in the end. It's not the worry, it's not the what-ifs. It's the joy that stays with you. And I want to thank you for the joy that Warren Easton brings me every day."
Source: E! Online