Moving Back Home After Living On Your Own, And How to Survive

You gah-eeez.

Holy $#!^ I've missed you.

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Here's the thing: I've made one too many "comebacks" on here and it seems like I always have an excuse for why I've been away, so I'm not even gonna go there, okay? Okay.

Let's just say sometimes real life gets in the way of life. Not to mention time management has never really been my thing.

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Here's the thirty-second version. I sold my UWS apartment—well, I didn't. I can barely sell my own stuff on eBay, let's be real. But my family and I did. I got a new job, which I started a few weeks ago. I still work in fashion (duh), but a totally different field and company. Movin' on up!

I've moved. Obviously, since my apartment sold, I had to find a new place to call home. And, because it all happened so fast and in the midst of my already chaotic life, I moved in with my parents temporarily. Yes, we're roomies, Mom and Dad!

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The bad news is my commute is significantly longer (and painful). The good news? More outfit posts and more closet space.

It's been an adjustment for sure, but I plan to make the best of it. And after reading this article ("How to Move Back Home and Keep Your Dignity")—thanks, Kerri!—I'm feeling much better about it.

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OK, that was way over thirty seconds, but you knew better. ;)

Have you moved back home after living on your own? What was your experience like?

Wearing: Gap Shirt, AEO Shorts, Moschino Belt, Zara Shoes + Bag, MAC "Lady Danger" Lipstick

StyleRose Chevalier