What I have learned from 2017.
Growing up is hard I’m 19 and because I left school early I don’t have the points to get into uni not that I could afford uni anyways. So I’m stuck working in shitty jobs and doing small courses that will hopefully lead me into a more fulling career as long as I pass my course because let’s face it everyone wants you have some kind of experience and a certificate to be even considered for a half-decent position.
- Working hard and getting out of the house aka bed actually pay’s of and scrolling around the internet and applying for jobs and taking surveys gets you nowhere.
- Eating healthy does nothing if you don’t work out.
- Bills don’t pay them self’s and they keep piling on.
- Everything cost.
- You are not independent if you still live at home rent-free.
The Struggles of a Young Adult.
The idea of not working sounded so great to me but little did I know that I would get bored of watching movies and I have run out of things to watch. I got bored of sitting at home and having nothing to do. But I recently just finished doing a Christmas casual job and I got so used to having something to do each day. But now that I’m back at home I have nothing to do and I hate sitting around doing nothing I actually want to go to work.
Big Hopes and aspirations.
Thinking about moving out living on your own decorating your apartment Like a Pinterest page. But there’s the issue of never owing enough money and not being able to make money on youtube like all the famous YouTubers. Then we take a trip to target all look at all the decor fall in love with it. look at the price tag to find it’s $300 like what this girl on the tv bought like 5 of these how does she do it.
The difference between expectation and reality kicks in.