So I notice that a lot of you have either just graduated high school, or are going to graduate in the next year or so. Congratulations on one more step towards the real world.
And if you’re anything like I was, you’re excited, anxious, and generally terrified. Me after high school graduation:
- Not social, never went to a party, not good at talking to adults/teenagers/strangers/small children; only good at talking to animals and fictional characters
- About to move 6 hours away from home and live in a dorm/apartment, while not knowing anyone at all going to the same university
- Terrified of owing money, terrified of spending money, terrified of paying rent, terrified of buying groceries, terrified and anxious over just about every detail of every responsibility that now belonged solely to me
I gamble that a lot of my followers want to go off to college, and be able to buy all the things that they want, including clothing, movie tickets, video games, vintage furniture, and most likely, food. With this in mind, I would like to give you a few words of advice on budgeting money that my teachers and parents should have given to me:
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