Ready-to-use Discussion: Moving On

Can you make an omelette? How about a stirfry? Ever tried to bleed a radiator? What about paying a gas bill? Like it or not, the future is coming. Life moves on far quicker than we expect, and we’ve got to be ready. At some point you’re going to strike out on your own, and the easiest way to move on is if you’re ready and prepared for it.

The internet is full of (often bad) advice to help you move on. No matter what you want to move on from - a relationship, a job, a house, a pet squirrel...

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