Adulting Life Hacks

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In case you haven’t figured it out yet, “being an adult” is pretty much a sham. Despite the cultural weight that we give “growing up” and “having it together,” pretty much nobody ever actually grows up or has it together. The most sophisticated person you know has, within the last 24 hours, probably eaten cereal without using their hands, laughed at a fart, or briefly worried about being attacked by a ghost. This isn’t to knock your friend — it’s just to say that the external trappings of maturity are basically an illusion.

Here are top adulting life hacks :

  • Buy an air mattress 12+ inches off the ground and a memory foam bed topper or two. It’ll cost hundreds less than a mattress and you’ll sleep just as good if not better.
  • Wash your sheets once a week if you can. Yes, you will notice a difference.
  • Never study/read/scroll through social media on your bed. Your brain associates activities with places. Associate your bed with sleeping.
  • Grocery outlets are not below you. You can get the same produce at a steep discount, allowing those on a college sized budget to eat better.
  • Invest in quality products (laptops, school supplies, clothes etc) but don’t be outlandish. A laptop that will last you through a doctoral degree is one thing and a expensive branded pair of jeans is another.
  • Never go to sleep with makeup on if you can help it.
  • Cleanse, exfoliate, tone, then moisturise.
  • Tea tree oil shampoos twice a week will heavily combat dandruff and scalp flakes.
  • Invest in a pair of good sneakers and hiking shoes. Look for pairs at thrift stores and outlets.
  • Always carry an umbrella, a lip balm, change and a snack.
  • Therapy does not mean you are weak or need help. Sometimes talking things out can let your brain focus on more important things.
  • Stay positive.

Which one of these adulting practices do you follow?

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10 Comments Add yours

  1. clcouch123 says:

    The first two sentences pretty much say it all regarding grownup-hood. An open and concise confession of who adults really are. The steps to take are manageable and likable. I especially appreciate the promotion of sneakers and what always to carry.

    Thank you. Let’s all stay positive.

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    1. GS says:

      I agree with you. Growing up is a scam designed to load you with debt and enslave you. Everything associated with growing up simply increases your expenses and your debt. Growing up is the world’s biggest and most successful scam. It is responsible for enslaving nearly all of humanity.

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      1. clcouch123 says:

        Yes, we are enslaved. To begin with, we are withheld from our dreams by being told they no longer matter. Then there’s delight in the world. This is lost–conditioned out of us–when becoming adults.

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      2. GS says:

        Ah Yess…..!!!! I am glad you feel the same!

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  2. Nice i wud also add below 4-
    1.Always carry some basic medicines or tablets and atleast one bandaid in ur handbag
    2.if u hav a handbag, carry a sanitary pad just in case, if not for urself may b handy for some one else
    3.Try to never bargain vit a cobbler or a street vendor
    4 Good manners and respect is a must with each and everyone!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. GS says:

      Wow…thank you for adding this to the list. Most helpful.

      Liked by 1 person

  3. Here’s my adulting *giggles*
    Wash your sheets once a week
    Never study/read/scroll through social media on your bed
    Invest in quality products
    Never go to sleep with makeup on
    Therapy does not mean you are weak or need help
    Stay positive.

    The rest of the time I’m pretty much a kid in an aging body questioning whether someone stole my body. 😊 Kimberly

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    1. GS says:

      Hahahaha that’s a good list to follow Kimberly. Way to Go!!!

      Liked by 1 person

      1. Hehe 🤣😁 Thank ya’ kindly.

        Liked by 1 person

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