1. That it was actually affordable to live on your own in a major city.
You’ve reached a point where your close friends are now like your siblings. You can’t just live with your siblings forever.
Plus, it’s hard to get out of the college mentality when every day of your adult life is basically dorm life all over again.
5. That you don’t have to constantly worry about everything you put on the internet.
The reality is that having a career now very often means having a positive social media presence. And it isn’t easy to strike a balance between “Yes I am a real person who people like,” and “Yes, I am a person who has a real drinking problem.”
17. That you could make new friends without hurting the old ones.
Your twenties are still a time when it’s a federal crime to drift away from any of your friends. If we wanted to be friends with all the same people for the rest of our lives, we would have stayed in high school.
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