I moved back to my parents

I know this shouldn’t be a sign Im a failiure in my life. But something in me makes me feel like it is.

I didn’t move back home because I lost my job. I decided to resign myself after a year of mental torment by my closest boss. When I threw the resignation paper at him I felt this enpowerment and realife. And I felt like I probebly should have done it sooner. Im a very stubborn person and don’t give up easily.

My new job starts in august which means I now have a longer period of vacation on my hands. I decided to spend this vacation by getting back to me and do things I enjoy. Ever since I was a kid I have had a plan, been in school, done extra classes, been working (at one point I even had 4 jobs and school). I also had things on my summer vacations which meamt I was never free. I will truly enjoy my freedom for a bit and dive into things I love.

A few of the things I want to do is:

  • Start swimming again so I can cross the big lake outside my hometown. As a former swimmer I always wanted to cross it but I gpt stuck up in work, school and trsining other swimmers.
  • Write more erotic novels fpr amazon. I enjoy the fact that I can openly admit I love writing this. Even my parents seems rather ok with it.
  • vlogging. 3 years ago I bought a camera to do vlogs. I have started a couple times but in the end I never had time to actually keep going.

much love,



37 thoughts on “I moved back to my parents

  1. Morgan Redstone says:

    Good luck. I remember fondly the accomplishment of swimming across a lake when I was 11 or 12 years old. I also understand your work frustrations… adulting can be rather a pain.

    I too write adult erotica, but I refer to mine as “adventure smut”. It turns out I can’t keep action and plot out of a book, so they became filthy adventure stories.

    Hope you can find happiness in your new job!

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  2. beetleypete says:

    Both my parents are dead. But if they were still alive, I could never imagine living with them again. It was bad enough the first time, until I was 19 Well done with that, Elin. I reckon that shows strength of character.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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  3. Jess Kitching, The Good In Every Day says:

    After the end of a 5 year relationship, I moved back home with my parents for about eight months. I saved up, travelled the world and now I am living in Sydney. Sometimes being back in the comfort of home with your parents supporting you helps you decide what you want to do. It did for me anyway and it sounds like youโ€™re going to have a great few months at home ๐Ÿ˜Š

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  4. Monch Weller says:

    If anything, the experiences of both quitting your job and moving back with your parents teach you these:

    1. Sooner or later, you will have to let go of dead weights in your life.

    2. Once you are free of any burdens, you can now choose to reconnect with people and things you were distant with before – and concurrently, take a different path.

    Best of luck! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  5. filipinalovesindian says:

    Good luck to you Elin on this blessed time! ๐Ÿ™Œ You do you and also rest your mind and body. ๐Ÿ˜Š I also resigned because I cannot cope up with work’s toxicity, it is sometimes a confusing time but I feel rejuvinated and now back to writing!

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  6. Priscilla Bettis says:

    Oh dear, sorry to hear you had trouble with your old boss, but it’s great news that you have a new job lined up in August. I am a former swimmer, too, and a coach. Swimming rocks, open water swimming rocks even more!

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