Now, I don’t want to argue semantics, but I firmly believe that the milestone of adulthood, for me, was my first time.
You can stay connected with your teen by exploring about what is important to them about this huge part of their lives rather than turning off to it.
I know only one thing – If I do not do it now, I will have regrets for sure.
Who said there’s a ‘Guidebook’ to what being an Adult should look like? That by the time we reach a certain age we should have everything figured out with a car (I still don’t have my license) or a deposit on a house with your childhood sweetheart you’re about to marry?
You don’t have to feel stuck in the wrong job, in the wrong place, or with the wrong people. You can always leave. You can always change. You can always chase what you are truly passionate about.
Be grateful that you have choices. Be grateful that you can choose to be an adult.
Being super into HGTV and homemake over shows. Remember when your mom used to watch this stuff and you’d sit there complaining about how ‘boring’ it was? Yeah, now you’re that boring adult who gets excited over counter tops and door knobs.
Quitting things has never been a strong suit of mine.
You constantly think to yourself, ‘is this what I’m supposed to be doing with my life?’ You don’t really know where you are supposed to be, or what you’re supposed to be doing. You feel like everyone around you is doing so well, and you’re constantly feeling incredibly lost.
Supposedly because princes on white horses don’t exist, true love is a load of bull and people who believe in love at first sight are delusional.