Moving in by Nick McCarthy

Hello to all word-pressers, and welcome to Globe&Life! I can’t help but thank each and every one of you for waiting for my return, as I have been extremely busy over the last couple of weeks. In this short post, I am going to tell you about what I have been up to.

Two short weeks ago, I moved into a new apartment, and have adjusted well ever since. I live in North Carolina alongside a family friend, and together we maintain a two bedroom, two bathroom apartment with one another.

Well, why is this relevant to you… at all? Well, it is the next step. In moving into an apartment, you are demonstrating responsibility and growth as you shift between dependent child and independent, self sufficient adult. It is a change that we all end up experiencing, and is very much worth the outcome. Here, I will give you some tips with regards to independent living, and the benefits of living on your own.

1 save your money

2 talk to the neighbors

3 keep in touch with your family

4 focus on income and happiness

1. You can work on yourself

2. Less rules, more autonomous thought

3. It isn’t nearly as difficult as they all tell you that it is.

4. Life is fun


4 Comments Add yours

  1. Feministka says:

    Looks like you love your new home! That’s awesome, stay independent, stay happy.


  2. Katherine says:

    Well, I wish you all the best!
    You kind of remember me of the times I shared an apartment with colleagues and friends, a couple of years ago.
    I got to say its better at my own home, with my family than being away, but still, those times has its magic and beautiful memories.
    Have a nice weekend, Mr!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Thank you so much for your story, as you are greatly appreciated! Keep up the good work blogging, and thank you for your kind words!


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