Here are the things you might feel and encounter as you try to live alone. It should be fun and nurturing, regardless.
All of a sudden, you are the one who chooses where everything goes, what color of paint would you want for your walls, or when will you pay your electric and water bills. Also, there are times when you want to splurge on food or skincare products or buy the ridiculous latex bodysuit for Halloween which you will only use once. However, you need to weigh what is more important to spend money on and save your money for fortuitous events.
It Is Okay to Have a Fear of the Unknown
As you settle into your new place, there will be times at night when you will feel terrified. You might think there is a burglar that will sneak into your balcony and waiting for you to fall asleep, so he can take the chance to steal your things. You will start sleeping with a baseball bat under your bed because you feel paranoid.
You have these fears but keep your heads up. It can’t get any worse than being in your own head, right?
Be Your Own Kind of Crazy Anytime You Want
You spend the past three years working full time and writing on the side until 4:07 AM, so you take a shot of tequila or drink kombucha. You might want to tuck yourself in at 7:02 PM and watch an episode or two of a romantic Netflix series. You can scream your favorite Boys Like Girls song at the top of your lungs while wearing your 15-year old T-shirt without anyone judging you for singing out of tune and looking like a potato sack.
You Can Be Vulnerable and Free
One of the other good things about living alone is that you can cry and scream to your heart’s content. There is no one to judge you if you have puffy eyes when you cry too much, or if your makeup is running down your face. You can weep on your floor and let your emotions flood the room. But, you can always get up, pick yourself, and see the light after all the darkness that has consumed you.
Living alone can be difficult for the first few months especially when you are new to your surrounding. Living alone also means being responsible for protecting yourself and your home.
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