16. Organize your paperwork, clean your linens, and know how to cook at least one meal.
How to Seem Like You Always Have Your Sh*t Together
Brianna Wiest

“Absolutely no adult is beyond this.” I can think of many adults with disabilities who are unable to do these things yet have their lives in order and are successful. I know able-bodied people who don’t cook, fold linens, or keep paperwork in order too, and they seem to be doing okay. I’m also pretty sure I know adults with their sh*t together who don’t have a “personal style” and throw together random outfits because they like them. Or work in fields where they don’t have to worry about their clothes, but their minds. This article was interesting — thank you for sharing your advice — but I find it hard to believe that a world where everyone operated this way would not be incredibly boring.