3 Things You’ll Need For an ‘Adulting’ Break

3 Things You’ll Need For an ‘Adulting’ Break

Much like the struggle, growing pains are real. “Adulting,” a term coined by millennials, applies to every generation and perfectly encapsulates the challenges that come with taking care of business as a young adult.

However, in today’s age, the normal challenges associated with growing older is exacerbated by the success obsessed, social media driven culture we live in. Fret not, though. Companies are paying attention and have answered the desperate pleas for a break from adulthood. Check these out if you’re interested in visiting your childhood every once in awhile:


#1: Adult Coloring Books


Because you never really outgrow adding color to bland canvases, right?

There are tons of adult themed coloring books available but a few standouts include Coloring for Grownups, Sex Position Coloring Book and Creative Haven Color Doodles.


2. Adult Dorms


WeLive, an NYC based company devoted to providing quality communal living spaces to 21+ is the best way to relive your college glory days. The New York Post reported that arrangements include: “communal kitchen, laundry/game room and a room to watch movies — as well as a list of activities extensive enough for even the most driven social butterfly: “Happy hour gatherings, cooking classes, Sunday night suppers, game nights, Karaoke nights,” among others.


3. Breakfast-for-Dinner Restaurant


If you’re up late, feeling a little childish and have a hankering for some whiskey spiked milk and cereal, Nighthawk Breakfast Bar is the place for you. The LA eatery provides the perfect balance of the stuff you love about being an adult and those things you miss from yesteryear. For instance, the late night spot has in-house DJ that plays an eclectic mix of nostalgic 80s, 90s and today’s jams, breakfast is served practically all night and cocktails are strong and plentiful.


MADE by Jasmine Browley

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