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I'm packing up all of my stuff and moving to Saskatoon on the 24th.
Feels unreal, knowing that I won't be living with any of my parents anymore.
Growing up kind of sucks, I'm definitely terrified of moving.
What was it like for all of your first moving out experiences?
I mean, I've lived with people before, for a month at a time or something, but never anything permanent. My girlfriend and I are going to be living together within only a little bit over a week now, and not only is it just moving out of my father's house, but to a completely different city.
I'm going to be going to school there, finishing my grade 12 and then applying at SIAST to go get my certificate and then diploma to be a youth care worker. Which is pretty exciting in itself... But nerve racking all at once.
Packing up all of my DVDs and video games makes me sad.
moving out was awesome and the best thing that ever happened to me
At 1/13/13 04:53 PM, Luke wrote: What was it like for all of your first moving out experiences?
I was anxious and had packed my things for University, so I was ready to make a fist of it in the big wide world. Basically packing the contents of one room and transporting it 150 miles up the motorway to my new digs.
I struggled with settling in and really found the first five weeks hard going, but I punished myself and make sure that I didn't give in and run off home as soon as I felt like it. I think it's taught me some good lessons and while I am now still living with my parents, I'm looking forward to getting enough money together to get me a place that I can call my own and actually be an owner of part of the equity in it.
Yes, I want to be a mortgage holder, as I want onto the property ladder.
It was weird at first. Not seeing my parents everyday was a little scary for me because they were always there when I came home and they took care of me all my life so it was sort of a reality check once you realize you really are independent. I did get used to it, plus my roommates are awesome so living on my own is awesome.