2. “You’ll never make any real money doing this.”
Traveling alone and on a budget is something I started doing when I was nineteen, the summer after my freshman year of college.
If making plans to see him this weekend feels like stabbing Jello to a tree, it’s not a good sign.
Are you cool? Do people want to hang out with you? Would you hang out with yourself?
It’s been weeks or months, so your close friends have started showing up to brunch wearing hazmat suits. Your half-friends have stopped returning your texts.
You’ve started taking home everything in your desk, piece by piece. So you can just skip out of there unhindered when you finally do quit.