Please Stop Talking About Not Knowing How To “Adult,” It’s Embarrassing
Brianna Wiest

Thanks for sharing this. My daughters (26 and 28) and their friends used to use that expression occasionally, but that changed when they started shopping for health insurance for themselves and when they got challenging, stressful jobs. Now they just get shit done, and it’s no big deal. They have their serious struggles, but they face them graciously and maturely.

And I am so proud of them for it.

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