A Letter to the Adult-ish, Young, and Confused
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A Letter to the Adult-ish, Young, And Confused

Once you turn that big 1-8 or 2-0 you realize that you're not a child anymore. You have so much to do and much to think about. It is all weird, confusing, and also scary to realize you do everything on your own.

A Letter to the Adult-ish, Young, And Confused

So to all the adult-ish, young, and confused here is a letter.

Adult-ish, Young, and Confused

When did making appointments on my own, become scary?

Why are there so many different types of light bulbs to choose from?

I am on my own, whether I have grown up already or just started things. It can get scary. I try to figure out what kind of insurance I even have.

What will I do with my life? I'm not worried but stressed.

I am just figuring out who I am and what I want in life. Please do not expect me to know everything.

Please treat me older, because I am, I have changed.

I don't know what is all out there but I am hungry to know and see more.

Show me the ropes of how to adult.

Dating is hard, we are all confused and it sucks sometimes.

I stopped growing but that doesn't mean I don't stop growing emotionally.

What do I do? I have so much to think about but, will I do it?

The fact that I enjoy and appreciate cleaning more, what is that about?

The older I get, the more I fall asleep by 8 pm.

The more I value my own opinions, I am told I am too young to understand.

I am told to get it together like I am supposed to know everything already.

Apartment searching, oh gosh I could use free housing indefinitely.

I do not know much, but I am learning.

I can not afford much, but I still try.

I do not know how to do this thing called life.

For I am adult-ish, young, and confused.

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