A faultless guide on becoming an ‘adult’

It’s one of those things we all have to face up to. So I decided to create a faultless guide on how to ‘adult’. Step 1: You can’t. Being in my second year at University, I have had many instances where I feel like a ‘proper adult’. Throughout many of these instances I did wish I was at home and my parents could sort them out for me. Moving out, sorting bills, rent, house maintenance, cooking for yourself and putting the bins out…! There we have it ladies and gents, adulthood is actually remembering which days the bins go out. Not waking every Thursday morning thinking ‘I should have put the bins out but there’s always next week’ until next week becomes next week and you hit a minor rubbish crisis. I’ve come to the conclusion that adulthood is a term that is so overused. When I was in school, people who were 20 were ‘proper adults’. They all had their own lives and seemed to be absolutely bossing adult life. I am 20 in around 5 months and I feel very far from being ‘an adult’. Getting nearer to my twenties is scary though. I won’t be a teenager anymore and soon the impending voyage of adulthood is going to hit me. I also move to London in 4 months – It’s going to happen. The word adult. It’s just a bit daunting as a word. I feel like there is a social pressure associated with it. But what does…

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