“You better go now, unless you want to meet my dad,” I had warned, hours earlier. Hardly the ideal meet-the-parents circumstances, so I ushered him out quietly to his Uber and waved goodbye. That stereotype of failed millennials living in their parents' basements, jobless and adrift. Actually, I consider myself pretty successful — and quite lucky.
A whopping 15 percent of 25- to 35-year olds live at home, according to a I check some of those boxes. Living at home means I can afford to freelance until I find my permanent gig.
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On the other, you feel a bit like a teenager, sneaking around. I left my hometown, went to college and grad school, worked in two competitive industries, and lived on my own.It means that I can put any money I make toward paying off my credit card bill instead of into the giant black hole that is rent.Not paying rent frees me to go on more interesting and exciting dates without having to worry about money too much.I’ve made some rash and regrettable decisions when I felt lonely, such as dating someone a lot longer than I should have, or trying to make it work with selfish guys who, in retrospect, didn’t deserve me.I’ve had some pretty strange roommates, and even on their worst day, my parents are the far better choice.A friend of mine wants to move abroad, but she is afraid of leaving her mother alone.