16 Signs You’re Actually Becoming A Responsible Adult. . .


Age is just a number. I have seen people who are not able to act as a responsible adult in their late 30s while there are times when even a 22-yo person can have their life sorted. Adulthood comes in different ways and too often, it takes us by surprise. It is not that pretty at times, but we still love it as it comes with a sense of freedom and joy. If you are confused and can’t call yourself an adult yet, then look for these signs, as they will help you identify if you have truly come out of your age or not.

  1. Adulthood is all about knowing yourself – down to every minute detail. From the kind of drink you like to what looks best on you, you are truly able to decode yourself.

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  2. Nevertheless, even after knowing yourself inside out, you keep rediscovering who you are. You are open to change yourself with time and has started saying “yes” to life.
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  3. You travel more often, knowing that it is one of the best ways to expand your circle and make everlasting memories.
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  4. You don’t simply go out and meet people out of social obligations. You want to have a connection with them.
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  5. You start working on your health and treat your body like a temple.
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  6. Sleep becomes your best friend. You get tired more often and would love to simply sleep it off and relax your senses after a tough day.
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  7. You prefer staying home on weekends in your pajamas instead of going out every Saturday night and have “fun”.

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  8. You stop judging people. In fact, their race, religion, sexual orientation, family background, etc. no longer affects you. You even start despising judgmental folks.

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  9. You no longer see your parents as superheroes. You try to understand their struggles, which bring you closer to your family.

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  10. Your circle of friends starts to shrink. You no longer have 20 people to call for a party. Instead, you have a limited group of friends, who are just like family to you.

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  11. You get excited about DIY projects and don’t mind cleaning your house whenever you get time.
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  12. You stop comparing your life with others, knowing that everyone has their own journey to experience.
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  13. You have a more realistic approach towards life. You still have dreams, but you know the value of having a stable job (and paycheck) as well.

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  14. You no longer have those instant crushes. You would rather have a meaningful relationship with someone.

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  15. Needless to say, you become financially independent and start thinking about saving your funds for a better tomorrow.

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  16. You stop depending on others to complete you. You start finding your happiness in the smallest of things. You accept your individuality and make peace with yourself.

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You are happy the way you are – with all your imperfections and flaws. And you know what? It is completely fine. After all, it’s a beautiful life, my friend. It’s a beautiful life of adulthood.

 

 

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