I have just turned 20, and the world hasn't gotten any bigger for me yet. My parents are still paying for my gas; I'm trying to impress people (and myself) with my first job and looking intently for the opportunity to join the outside world with bulgy eyes. A few days back, a friend asked me what's the best part about shifting to a real job, and I came up with a reason that surprised me more than her. Guess what? The best part of fetching a job for me was renting an apartment that was not only close to work but was also just a block away from the Chipotle Mexican Grill. Grabbing my favorite burrito had never been this easy.
Living as a twenty-something is horrendously expensive, but it never bothered me to get an extra round of tacos at the grill. The truth is, I never cared how much I paid because it was something worth more than money. I may sound a bit weird at this point, but let me tell you how this romantic affair started. I promise you'll relate.
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