Almost all teenagers cannot wait for this moment. There are so many differences between living at home with my parents and moving out on my own. These changes have affected my daily life routines. .
The feeling of independence overwhelms us, which can be good or bad depending on the person. Suddenly you realize you're clothes don't appear clean, and folded neatly in your drawer to wear anymore. Instead, a pile of dirty clothes has begun to overflow out of your closet. Though some things remain the same, doing ones own laundry is just one of the changes a person will notice when making the transition from living at home to living on own. .
Living at home, parents were always there to make sure homework was done, their kids made it to class every day and were home in time for curfew. When people move out, they are suddenly faced with all sorts of new freedoms. They will have to choose priorities and decide whether to do homework or go out with friends. No one will be there to tell the person what they ought to do. The kids that are lucky enough to have a family will unfortunately lose touch with them. .
Personally I just don't get why kids want to move out so bad, when in all honesty they are never home. While living at home, people could always escape from everything and be alone just by going to their bedroom. That brings up Privacy, which is another quite an important subject to some people. Having privacy would be without a doubt an advantage to be living at home. Am I going to be able to pay the rent and bills on time?" "Did I have enough hours this week to pay my car payment?" These may be some of the problems an independent teen not living at home may have to deal with. It all comes down to in most cases, that privileges you got at home, you don't get when you move out. .
Living on your own you will experience special opportunities for growth, learning, fun, friendship and community.