I mean, remember the day you just couldn't wait until you could have a checking account and write checks? Man, that seemed like you really had money then when you could write a dollar amount on this slip of paper and give it to someone for an amount you owed. Balancing the checkbook was fun because you got to see how much you had! And of course when you could DRIVE A CAR, now that was big!!! You really were very important once you could drive a car. What about the day when you could go to the grocery store and buy whatever food you wanted, now that was sweet! However, life moves along, bills stack up and you suddenly say, "ugh, I need to write so many checks!" and for some who never really seemed to be intrigued with driving after the first 6 months, "could you please drive"? And you mean to tell me that there is no more milk or salsa in the refrigerator and I have to go to the grocery store again??? I was just there last week! LOL! Don't forget...you are an adult! Why don't you want all these responsibilities that you dreamed about when you were in your teen years?
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For you, what do you think causes this? How can you bring back that zeal in your life to be an "adult"? What steps do you take to be disciplined, orderly, and focused on the priorities and what is important? Share your thoughts and ideas below!