What have you been doing since graduation?
When you are not immediately successful at securing a job, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram, Snapchat, and Vine along with any other social media platform that you spend countless hours scrolling through will quickly become a graveyard of your shattered hopes and dreams.
Showing your appreciation can really set the tone for a happy home for both you and your parents.
The best I can hope for is my name on the masthead of an online blog and a lifetime spent in a Brooklyn coffee shop, flicking my asymmetrical haircut around as I wonder if it’s time for my next cigarette break.
“I Will Have So Much Money .”
12. Sometimes you will be sad and cry for no reason
In 2013, you’ve gotta project an image that you know what’s up.
I had no game plan, no job, no permanent mailing address, no meal plan, no “first-year in the real world” advisor and no chance to claim a “grade forgiveness” if I messed up a semester of life.
The existential ramifications of living at home for too long are paid in installments of a burning emotional rent. It’s like, “Hey, can I write you a check for 3 months of being 22-years old that I’ll never get back again?”
If you’ve ever thought for a second that you were alone in thinking you are lost, confused, discouraged, not good enough, or any combination thereof, LET THIS BE EVIDENCE TO THE CONTRARY, [x]!