Kylie Jenner already has an impressive résumé.
The youngest Kardashian has penned her first novel and is already establishing herself as an up-and-coming force in the fashion world. And in a new interview with Miss Vogue, Kylie revealed she has yet another grown-up goal in mind: moving out of the Jenner family house.
“Kendall [Jenner] recently moved out into her own apartment,” Kylie said. “I definitely miss her but I see her all the time… and I’ll start looking for my own place in six months.”
Kylie is definitely looking ahead. She just turned 17 last month, meaning if she moves out in six months like she’s planning to, she’ll be out on her own several months before she’s a legal adult.
I moved out of my parents’ home when I was 17. I was butting heads with my family, just like Kylie (she told Miss Vogue she and Kim tend to disagree, “but in a sisterly manner”) and, also like Kylie, I was ambitious and felt ready to strike out and make my own path.
With her ultra-famous family behind her, Kylie is sure to have plenty of help, just like I did — my best friend’s mom rented me a room for $50 a month, for just one example. But no matter how much help and support you have, moving out on your own for the first time is scary and much, much harder than it sounds (millennials, can I get an amen?!).
I can attribute so much of my success in college — and in my post-grad years, so far — to the hard lessons I was forced to learn when I decided to rush into being a grown-up. Kylie is already well on her way to a successful future and the challenges she’s bound to face as she sets out on her own will only shape her into more of a force to be reckoned with.