I distinctly remember the first time I visited the home of my very successful friend and her very rich boyfriend.
Since I looked up to them as the pinnacle of adulthood (in a serious relationship, living together, making a boatload of money, at the top of their professional game), I assumed their apartment would reflect this success.
It’s nearly impossible to define, because it’s different for everybody.
Maybe it's the first time you had to fire somebody, or when you refinance your mortgage.
Feelings of uncertainty and anxiety were overwhelmingly normal, while feeling secure in the relationship was not.
Maybe this is obvious, but it shouldn't be the case.
You might not feel like an adult, but like most of us, you’re probably at least trying to fake it.
And it turns out, a lot of how adult we feel has to do with the way we present ourselves in our living spaces.
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