Transitional adulthood explained, from one millennial to another
What do you do when you have questions about being responsible because you want to make good decisions, but you don't ask those questions for fear of being seen as irresponsible or stupid?
Well, here's your answer!
Elizabeth and Catherine are working to figure out what we like to call "transitional adulthood" - the time in your life when you can drive a car, vote, and maybe apply for a credit card, but you still don't have to pay a utilities bill or an HOA fee (what are those, anyway?) We decided to create this community to share what we've learned about adulting, and in turn, learn from you! So jump on in, find some friends, and together we can start exploring!
"How does one become a butterfly?" Pooh asked pensively.
"You must want to fly so much that you are willing to give up being a caterpillar," Piglet replied.
"You mean to die?" asked Pooh.
"Yes and no," he answered. "What looks like you will die, but what's really you will live on."
-A. A. Milne
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