ADULTING-Like a BOSS
ADULTING help -> Level Up!
Oh, it's hard, I know; during the early days, it seems so simple... You graduate. You get a real job; one that you aren't required to wear black, polyester, elastic- waist pants or an ugly polo with an embroidered logo against your heart; either someone's misguided sense of cooperate loyalty, or else their twisted idea of a joke. You aren't expected to sit at the kid's table anymore, and you still get fun presents on your birthday.
Then, suddenly, it happens; EXPECTATIONS arise. Bills must be paid, groceries bought, and appointments made and kept. And SOMEONE very close to you (formerly referred to as your PARENTS, for goodness sake) gifts you with an emergency car kit instead of the new snow board you wanted for the holidays.
But you're fine. You can do this, despite the vague sense of freefalling. You can, can't you?
We all need help sometimes. Adulting is a skill; (a skill? nay, an artform!) and skills take time to learn.
* making and keeping appointments
* refilling prescriptions
* emergency cooking questions
* dealing with employment issues
* the housing rental application process
* neighbor problems
* how to eat when you're broke
* housework tips
* being treated like the adult you are
* Is it okay to spend my tax return on a tattoo?
* Is it okay to blow my first pay check on alcohol, and throw a killer party?
* Has anyone actually DIED drinking gallons upon gallons of water, or is that an urban legend?
* Is it okay to go to work stoned if you live in a medical marijuana state?
* How soon can I retire?
Training & Qualifications
Hi! I'm Anastasia, and I'd like to take this opportunity to bask in the glow of my own hard-won adulting skills, and if it's a help to you, why then, even better!
As for my qualifications, I am old. Too old to scuff my own shoes in fact, too old to be carded. But, as the mother of five young savages, ranging from nine to twenty-three, I've picked up a thing or two along the way.
Let ME help YOU.
Anastasia, 44 & old.
Availability & Preferences
Generally, I consider one unit to be one topic. If you want some general help with job seeking, for example, I will consider that one unit, worth 10 simbi.
If you are an overachiever and need help with cooking your first Thanksgiving turkey AND a made-from-scratch Vegan Indigenous Peoples' Tofurky-type Loaf, I will probably warn you that you're going too far and consider that TWO units and charge you 20 simbi for my time.
After making contact, I will ask you to be specific as to your question (I'm not a magic 8 Ball!) and reply with a proposal.
After the proposal has been agreed upon, I will respond with your info via Simbi email. If you prefer to schedule a phone call, I prefer a day's notice so I can be focused on you.