Help with burnout?

I'm 20 and have been moved out since the day I turned 18, and I'm not going to school. I think it's such a tragedy that people our age are told that they need to go to college before they even know what they want to do in order to be successful... I work full time in food service right now and I love my job and have plenty of time for things I love to do, I just live within my means. You can take a year or two or three or five to live as an adult on your own and explore and learn what the real world is like before choosing to burden yourself with something you don't have passion for yet. There is no shame in taking time for yourself and truly getting to understand how you work and what you like. When you become unhappy it's time to make a change, in any situation. Best of luck

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