Today's post is from an unusual source: Reddit. If you're not familiar with Reddit, you can get up to speed quickly at the Wikipedia site (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reddit). For more in depth, see this link: http://www.blueglass.com/blog/could-reddit-be-the-worlds-most-influential-website/. It's like Facebook, but less censored, less commercial, and has a broader range of interests and possibilities. Quick caveat: It also has some seriously rough language and content at points.
The thread I think might be of interest is a series of responses (and conversations back and forth) on the question "What advice can you give us young adults who want to move out and get their own place?"
Money management, renting, bare-bones budgeting... a very funny discussion of why you should purchase a (toilet) plunger before you really need one. Nothing is sacred with this group.
Be aware that you can click on "load more comments" links to see additional material if you are particularly interested in a subject.