I recently started watching and following a lot of YouTubers and bloggers who share cleaning routines, organizational tips, and other things adults do. I figured I could do that! I’m on a journey to become a better adult and have learned some things from Google and internetting in general. So, I’m starting small with a brand new blog series.

This five-part, weekly blog series will begin next Saturday. I’ll still have updates about life and some follow-up posts about the 10 Day Unstuffed Challenge. But in this series, I’ll give you the top five things I’ve learned as I’ve become a (self proclaimed) semi-professional adult and hopefully it will help you improve your adulting skills.

What to Expect

Here’s what I will talk about and what you’ll learn:

  1. How to not have an embarrassingly disorganized bathroom
  2. Figure out what mornings are for
  3. How to make mornings not so sucky
  4. How to stop making it rain when you can only afford a drizzle
  5. How to cope when you realize you can’t eat pizza for breakfast every day (and other tough truths)

What makes me qualified to tell you the secrets of life? I’m not qualified and my life isn’t always peachy. But – I’m making improvements and can share some of the things I’m doing to try and be a better adult human. Hopefully, this will help you out in some way or another.

If you’re thinking to yourself you’re a better adult than me… you probably are! Feel free to read the blog series and laugh quietly to yourself about how your routines and organizational skills are better. That’s cool too! :)


P.S. What makes someone a good adult or what’s your best adulting tip? Comment below!

If you’ve finished the blog series, I’d love to know what you think! Let me know by filling out this super short survey.

2 Comments On This Topic
  1. Johanna
    March 18, 2016

    Who can really say that they are more or less qualified than another on what it means to be an adult?? Not me, that’s for sure! I’m looking forward to your series on this topic!

    • Margot Peterson
      March 18, 2016

      Thanks, Johanna! I really appreciate it :)

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