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Moving out of my parent's place

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>20 years old (turning 21 in September)
>studying classical performance at uni
>aspires to compose and perform music as freelancer
>getting $NZ262.75 in government welfare
>not getting along with mum at home
>seriously considering moving out
>looking for part time work, yet to negotiate this around my practice writing and uni schedule

Is moving out of one's parent's place as psychologically and emotionally daunting as it seems at first glance? Should I set myself up with part time employment before I actually consider moving out? Is it reasonable to be moving out while I'm still an undergrad? For me, the main thing motivating me to move out is the freedom to do what I want when I want, such as pulling girls I hookup with back to my bedroom, albeit with compromise from flatmates (aka roomates to American anons). Does having your own place elevate your sexual market value as far as dating/fucking especially older women go and not having rely on them to pull them to your place?
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Um, yeah nah aye. Can I crash at yours mate?
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I see you're a kiwi too

>Is moving out of one's parent's place as psychologically and emotionally daunting as it seems at first glance?
Depends on a lot of different things
>Should I set myself up with part time employment before I actually consider moving out?
Yes, you'd be stupid not to.
>Is it reasonable to be moving out while I'm still an undergrad?
Reasonable? Sure. Wise? No. If you can live with parents while you study, it's best to take that option

Btw, is your 'government welfare' a student allowance, or living costs?
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>>17321838
Supported living payment.
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