Becoming an adult is hard. There are so many new things to pay attention to and learn, with little preparation. To better help with the transition, here are 5 life skills for new adults to learn.
- Money management is an essential life skill, because without it you will likely struggle to maintain the lifestyle you are accustomed to.
2. Basic vehicle knowledge
- Knowing how to maintain your vehicle includes checking the oil and changing headlight bulbs.
3. Managing stress
- Managing the amount of stress in your life is important, because stress can cause health issues that can be easily avoided.
4. Citizen education
- Being an informed citizen includes knowing the issues that affect your community, understanding how jury duty works, and knowing how to register to vote.
5. Communication skills
- Communication skills are helpful for scheduling doctor appointments, calling the plumber, and corresponding with co-workers.
This list of life skills for new adults certainly doesn’t encompass all of the skills important for life, but it will help you get started!
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