Growing up is a tough, tough job.
It’s not just that kids have to do what adults do, they have to be smart, do their homework, and make decisions for themselves.
It also means there’s no time for downtime.
That’s when you’ll have to make smart decisions and be ready to go, even if you’re tired.
So if you can’t handle that, then maybe you need to grow up.
That may mean a little bit of introspection, a little more introspection.
It may mean being a little less judgmental.
That might mean having to take time for yourself.
If you do grow up, it’s probably because you’re still doing the same stuff as your parents, and that’s kind of what you’re trying to grow into.
It is a really hard job, and it’s something that a lot of people are stuck doing.
But there’s something good about being able to make some of those decisions, make some decisions, and then just get back to the things that you love.
You’re going to have some fun, and you’re going the right way.
So it’s not going to be a long time before you can grow up and make a decision to take a break from that job, go on vacation, go home and spend some time with your parents.
This article was written by Lisa Koehler.
Lisa is the editor in chief of TIME Magazine and is based in Los Angeles.
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