I know, moving out from your parents can be really hard at first: you’ll have to wake up every morning at the sight of your own mess, prepare your meal three hours before going to work and even do household chores all by yourself. These problems are a bit challenging if you’re just starting to live independently but there can still be perks in moving out. You just have to look at the brighter side of things!
YOU CAN HAVE A PLACE THAT YOU CAN CALL YOUR OWN. Who doesn’t want to have a place that you and your friends can crash in? I mean, you can do everything you want and nobody’s gonna care! You can eat ice cream and eat cookies all you want all day! (talk about gluttony).
YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO BE MORE MATURE. If you don’t want to go back to your parents looking defeated, you have to learn how to budget your money wisely. Learn how to prioritize things. Allocate money wisely from the most important things up to the least important ones.
YOU WILL LEARN A NEW DEFINITION OF PRIVACY. This is the privacy that you have never imagined. If you’re a person who’s really attached to your family, then this can be REALLY challenging.
NO ONE’S GONNA DISTURB YOU ANYMORE. You’ll never gonna wake up from your sister’s annoying voice over the phone or the loud volume of the television.
But seriously, I decided to move out from my parents because I wanted to prove something to myself. I’ve always believed that my parents raised me really well and I wanted to try it in real life. So when your parents nag you about something, try to listen a little because you will never know if you’ll need it in the future.