This Could Be Why You’re Still Broke, Even Though You Set A Budget



By Jessica Moorhouse

I never realized how important community was until I moved away from my hometown. Up until then, I had a very strong network of family and friends who I’d known my entire life. Giving all that up to start a new life on the other side of the country was a big change, and it forced me to do something that scared the shit out of me: build a new community from scratch.
Do you know how hard it is to make new friends in your late 20s? If you’ve never had to go through it, it’s just as painful as dating. You see someone you want to be friends with, you try not to come on too strong and when the timing is right, you ask them to hang out one-on-one for drinks or coffee. It’s as awkward as it sounds, and I’d be lying if I didn’t admit it was one of the most cringe-worthy periods of my life.
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