The First Step

Always in your lifetime, there are some things you just need to be told. Whether it’d be your fly needing to be adjusted or that everything will be okay. You’ll need to taste both the sweet and bitter truths of adulthood before entering it yourself.  Take a look into the links below (Article No.7 is a must-read if you are planning on moving out on your own!)

1) “There are so many things I wish I had known while growing up. No one ever tells you the hard truths of life. Maybe it’s because they can’t stomach it, or maybe it’s because they think it’s just something you have to experience firsthand to understand.”

20 Things Nobody Told You While Growing Up

2) “Why adulthood has never looked less appealing”

7 Lessons From the History of Adulthood

3) LOVE No. 17 “…maybe we should just give up  on the concept of “dream jobs” altogether. A job is a job; some are just better than others.”

22 Things No One Told You About Life After Graduation

4) “Teenagers are running toward the years of adulthood and these years are a perfect time to use as a primer for adult life.”

50+ Tasks for Teens/ Adulthood Prep.

5) “As young adults, we are stuck somewhere between the world of hormonally challenged teenagers that think they know everything and the world of grown-ups that actually seem to know what they’re doing.”

How To Adult: 5 Tips To Help Prepare You For Adulthood

6) “Before moving out of your parents’ house and heading off to school (or out into the real world if you’re a recent graduate), there are a few things you must know how to do.”

20 Things You Must Know Before Moving Out Of Your Parents’ House

7) “So you’ve come to the place in life where you feel it’s time to strike out on your own and to that I say, go for it, I’m all for independence! However, before you take that momentous leap, take some time to ask yourself these 5 crucial questions just to make sure you’ve covered all your bases:”

5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Moving Out on Your Own

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