In a weird way, my anxiety has made me a better, more responsible person.
I want to do all the things that fill my soul with passion, all the things that society looks down upon because it’s not “together” or “professional.” I want to do those things because those are the things that make me feel like life is worth living, so I’m not going to stop.
It took me a long time to realize that I am the only problem in my life.
I made my bed once.
Save first, spend second.
Run around barefoot and blow bubbles and wear two different socks because life is too short to spend it “adulting.”
You don’t have to conform to what older generations think making a living needs to look like, but here are seven ways you can “adult” better without bogging yourself down.
You don’t have to instantly be good with money in order to be an “adult”. You just have to start to be better than you were before.
When my fiance and I moved in together officially for the first time in North Carolina, I thought it would be more of a dream than a nightmare. My fiance and I are amazing together–that’s not the nightmare. Having a crazy landlord lady is.
Have a meeting at 10am sharp? Great. See you at 10:47, and not a minute past.