There is no denying it, adulting is hard work. So hard, in fact, that we feel we may need to be awarded just for getting through the day without eating all our feelings at the same time or needing copious amounts of coffee.
It's hard to not lose your cool when you're dealing with people day in and day out. But if you managed to make it through a long and boring phone call with your client while he was crunching food in your ear the entire time, well done, you need a Calm Assurance Award.
You have a busy life, and sometimes cleaning clothes is the last thing you feel like doing, but if you did your laundry today, we're impressed. Bonus points for not staining all your white clothes while one eye was on Netflix's latest docu-series.
Anyone who has a cat knows they can bring great amounts of joy, but cleaning out their litter box is the worst thing ever.
When you go to the grocery store and actually buy fruit and vegetables instead of getting stuck in the cereal aisle. We miss you, Froot Loops!
No longer able to sleep until midday? Or wear sweatpants and lounge on the couch? Yes, it's that horrible little word: routine. But we all have to do it (and you're doing a great job).
Had a really bad day? Nothing is going right? Instead of breaking down or losing your cool, you followed that simple motto, "Keep calm and carry on."
It's totally acceptable to cry throughout The Notebook, though.
You patiently listened to a stranger's incredibly long story about their not-so-exciting life and even engaged in small talk. Well done.
So many people bug you every day to show commitment. But if you were actually able to say "yes" to someone instead of "maybe" and replied to an RSVP instead of thinking about it for three weeks and missing the deadline, this award is for you.
Instead of buying that insanely awesome Millennial Falcon LEGO set or that bottle of Unicorn Tears gin, you pay your bills first. Crying about this later is acceptable.
Even though you had a million other things you would rather do, you still picked up the phone and called the dentist for your annual visit. Ugh.
What a list. We're so tired of adulting now, it's time to sign out.
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