Dislclaimer: When I say nobody, I mean nobody who was involved in my former life, when I lived with my parents. I exclude my friends from that.
I got way more chill
I used to be obsessed with looking beautiful/perfect and couldn't leave the house with makeup.
I still like makeup, but I feel really comfortable without it too. Going to the supermarket with joggers for the first time was liberating. I still like to be put together, but moving out made me realise that none of that matters too much when you can keep it together on the inside and still look okay.
I'm extremely spontaneous
I have to be because it's sometimes necessary to go to my boyfriend's family's place as fast as possible - which means dropping anything, hopping on a train and then adapting to a very different environment for as long as I stay.
I have autism, so being spontaneous used to be really hard for me, but being with my boyfriend helped a lot as it required a high level of spontaneity.
I grew up faster in 3 months than in the last 3 years
Those first 3 months of living alone matured me very much. I was already really independent when I lived with my parents (always did my own laundry, cleaned my space, took care of things around the house, did basic maintenance work myself too or learned how to from my dad), but that intensified when I lived on my own.
I don't know if any of this resonates with you - I do feel like those 3 points summarise my progress over the last few months very well, and I just had to get this off my chest!
Feel free to share how you changed/evolved when you left home :)