I'm living at home and I can't do anything, it's like I'm on lock down forever! Mom expects me to be home before it's gets dark.wtf.it get's dark at 4 now. I'm planning on moving out but I don't have my license or a car or a job. So far I have applied to about 100 jobs only one called, and I got an interview, but they haven't called ever since. I'm still going to keep applying. So anyways..I want to move out so bad I can't take living at home anymore, I can't take it the way things are..I just want to be alone...But first I want to make sure I save enough money...about how much money would I need to start living on my own? I want to get a one room apartment..no roommates or anything...maybe my boyfriend...I JUST BASICALLY WANT TO KNOW WHAT I WOULD HAVE TO LOOK OUT FOR MOVING OUT ON MY OWN AND HOW I CAN KEEP MYSELF FINANCIALLY STABLE. Like what type of job would help...AAHHH! PLEASE SOMEONE ANY SENSIBLE ADVICE WOULD HELP, PREFERABLY FROM SOMEONE WHO'S LIVING ON THEIR OWN!
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where I live the cheapest place is like 900 a month, but that's in the middle of the hood.
i suggest you just keep going to school until you get a real, professional job. only way you
can make realy good money these days is being a stripper or something.
also if your going to rent a place, you might as well just throw all your money away.
think about it. if you rent a place your paying to live in a place that isn't yours. the money
that you give the real owners of the apartment is probably going to be used to pay
the mortgage of the place. so your pretty much working to pay someone elses mortgage.
your better off going to school, getting a real job, then buying your own place and you
pay your own mortgage and not someone else.
ok how much do you need? lets say you find a place for 700 (which around here is nearly impossible, I don't know about where you live). then you need to pay the light, and water, 250 (which really doesn't sound right). then you need food. 250 more. that's 1200 per month. which doesn't sound right to me at all0