| | "Living with your parents is called childhood."
From Steve's twitter. What do you all think?
I laughed, he's got a point. I am 20 and still at home, but I should be out of here within the next year or two and very comfortable. I had a lot of resistance from my parents about letting me do what I want with my life all through my younger years, they got off my back a year or two ago, and now I've had room to create my own income the way I want to, which is really nice. Being able to provide for yourself without doing work you hate is something everyone should have, but I don't know if it can be that way. I consider myself very lucky to have found a path that doesn't suck so bad.
I've shifted quite a bit since I was a teenager drifting through highschool, failing everything not know what I was gonna do with my life. Providing for yourself (especially when it's easy and you don't compromise your morality or values) has definitely become something I respect a lot.