Adulting (verb) To adult. To do something one would expect an adult to do. To behave the way everyone would expect you to behave when you are an adult.
"I don't adult enough"
"I'm sick of adulting all the time. I just want to child."
Twenty-five. Quarter of a century years old. I am happily engaged, have a down payment on a two bed and a glamorous job that takes me from country to country. Oh, and I have one pet. Aged 10, this is how I saw my future. In reality I live at home and have yet to find my soulmate. I attempt to bake. I often date. And I sometimes frequent DIY stores. All before another glass of wine. These are the little ways I try to feel like an adult.
I know there are pros and cons to being this age, I just haven’t figured out the pros yet.
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