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Lesson
  1. Don’t hesitate to admit you’re wrong –

Accepting one’s mistakes is the quality of a mature person as such a person understands the fact that nobody is perfect and it is okay to be that way.

  1. You can’t put your foot in everything –

The phase when you enter adulthood is the toughest as there are so many things that you would want to be a part of but may or may not have the time for. Adulthood is all about striking the right balance and setting your priorities straight. Explore and decide one or a select few things activities that you would like to commit to and stick to it.

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  1. Don’t be under pressure to figure it all out –

Most young adults are under the impression that becoming an adult means having everything figured out and not making mistakes. Remember, you do not have to know everything or understand everything, but yes, the effort does matter, and it will make a difference.

  1. Get away from the shadow of your parents –

A significant lesson in growing up is to learn to stop living in the shadow of one’s parents. This need for independence focuses majorly on financial independence, which means earning for oneself to avoid asking their parents for funds.

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  1. Failing doesn’t make you a loser –

Regardless of how heart-breaking failure can be, it is not a weakness. Failure helps you learn how to handle disappointments and work on accepting situations that don’t grant you your wish.

  1. You’re not here to please everyone –

Although adulting can be quite demanding, it is safe to say that none of us are obliged to please anybody else or work extra to get noticed.

 

  1. You have to engage in activities you don’t want to –

Most motivational speakers and others usually recommend going all out and reaching for the stars. But the reality is that such motivation does not prove fruitful for everyone. Most people need to go through a number of failed or not-so-great job profiles and career options to finally find the right fit.  Whatever you do, take everything to be a learning experience and cherish the memories.

  1. Ensure you make some me-time –

Being an adult can be quite an exasperating and strenuous task. So it is important to take frequent breaks to spend some quality time with yourself to bridge the gap between you and your external life. Take some time off and reconnect with your inner being by engaging in activities that interest you. Some things you can try are Meditation, swimming, outdoor sports, reading, theatre, cooking, art, and crafts, etc.