There are a million and one things that Blair Waldorf taught us all through Gossip Girl's six seasons. She taught us to keep our standards high, to not wait around for things to happen to us, and to not let anyone hold us back. She's a type of perfection that we all strive for daily. Here are a few things you can do to get you a little closer to eating like Blair.
Remember when Blair was trying to pretend like she wasn't in love with Chuck Bass? Yeah, that was a problem. However, even on the worst days on the Upper East Side, there isn't a problem big enough that a bubble bath and a box of Ladurée macarons won't fix.
Blair gave us the best life advice when she said: "Here's my advice: have a little faith, and if that doesn't work, have a lot of mimosas." Things may not have always gone the way that Blair planned, but she could always count on a mimosa to not fail her.
Keep it classy. Keep it sassy. Blair, we don't need friends either. We need more champagne.
Spotted: Little Jenny Humphrey trying to get out of drinking a martini by telling Blair that she doesn't like Vodka. Of course, B was quick to set her straight and inform her that the martini was gin, as is should be.
Eat Pumpkin Pie
Blair's father's pumpkin pie is a Waldorf Thanksgiving tradition... until it isn't anymore. The realization that her father, and his pumpkin pie, failed to make an appearance at Thanksgiving leads Blair to indulge in a binge and purge kind of night. 0/10 recommend.
Just Drink Vodka
As seen above, sometimes you just need to drink vodka straight to forget. Even Blair Waldorf does it.
Even Queen B does shots
There's nothing like an impending marriage and a run-in with an ex she may or may not still be in love with to drive a girl to drinking. Blair Waldorf taught us all that even the people who have it together the most need to let loose and go shot for shot sometimes.
Eat Caviar, Avoid Catfish
Blair sums up seeing the guy you either used to be crushing on or are currently crushing on with a girl that is an obvious downgrade when she said: "Once men have tasted caviar, it baffles me how they settle for catfish."