20 Tweets About #Adulting That Are Way Too Relatable

By Jen Williamson Updated on May 13, 2019

So, now that we’ve hit our 30s, we’re definitely in control of our lives, right? Um, Right.

As a 30-something who ate nine tater tots and the crust off a pizza for dinner last night, I’m gonna just go ahead and say that “adulting” is not exactly my strong suit. Especially when it comes to what I eat. (Whatever; wine is a vegetable).

Anyway, here are 20 tweets about the struggle that is adulting. Yes, I found most of these when I should have been doing more productive, adult-like things that did not involve Twitter. It’s scary how much I relate to these.

1. I actually do have one of these. His name is "Murray."
2. All I can say on this is "yep." 

3. Tupperware drought, and tupperware bounty: the circle of life.
4. The struggle is all too real.
5. I don't even have kids, and this sounds like a dinner I'd make. 
6. This one's for when you just can't.
7. If my 14-year-old self had any idea this was all there was to it ...
8. I have definitely done this ...
9. This, too. Most nights.
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10. As an adult, sometimes it's the little things.
11. Actually, this sounds like my ideal date night. #reasonsimsingle
12. I think we've all been there ...
13. Every Millennial's secret fear.
14. Back again, eh?
15. Adulting rule to live by: never regret tacos.
16. It's funny (by which I mean sad) because it's true. 
17. I admit I haven't reached this level.
18. Sometimes the bar for "highlight of my week" is low.
19. It's OK, though; I'm pretty sure coffee is also a vegetable.
20. And finally...


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Jen Williamson

Jen Williamson is a freelance writer living in Brooklyn. She has written for a variety of industries, including software, education, business, and personal finance. Prior to that, she worked at an adult literacy nonprofit in Philadelphia, where she coached nontraditional students in passing the GED test and applying for college. When she isn’t writing or reading—which is rare—she can usually be found planning her next travel adventure, training for a marathon, or sneaking in somewhere she’s not supposed to be. Read more by Jen Williamson