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WOMAN EARNING ONLY $2,000 A MONTH WANTS TO MOVE OUT DUE TO PARENTS

Should I move out.

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Im a single female in my late 20s staying with my parent, I have been looking to move out due to certain circumstances and conflicts with them.

Also it takes me more than an hour to travel to work so I thought maybe it would be good to rent a place nearer to my workplace to save time traveling

Just wondering though would it be practical to spend $400-700 on rental when I earn a monthly take home salary of $2k.

Here are what netizens think:

  • Not practical. Insufficient income is only one factor. More importantly, this is a portion of money you will be throwing away on rent when you already have a home to live in. That money can go towards your future home when you do intend to settle down with a partner. It is impractical to be unnecessarily renting a place for the sake of travel convenience and family conflicts. Both of which are generally obstacles in life we just have to make do with or find a workaround to resolve.
  • Totally support you to move out, share a room with someone or a friend, then you will gain freedom and independence that you crave. Either you will appreciate your parents more or grow up faster. I’m sure you hv savings from earlier years of working. Late 20s, you definitely need to move out and be independent
  • That’s not prudent! Just go home to sleep only and stay outside as much as u can
  • Sometimes the condition of a person tells a lot. Drop ego so that u can live better. Instead of always being stubborn
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