Lauren, the younger of the two said that she didn’t expect to be this independent at such an early age, “Sometimes I think that my childhood was robbed from me. When I began to support myself I was 17 years old and was like, ‘I shouldn’t be paying my own bills!’”
In the end the sisters realize that they’re lucky for finding independence at an early age. It also doesn’t mean that they don’t have time for friends and family, Megan said.
“I think it’s all about time management. Even though we’re busy, we make sure that we balance our time so it’s not all about working. We know how to have fun too,” she added.
To find out more about the Young sisters, grab a copy of the Chalk September issue where they are featured on the front cover. Also on this month’s big fashion issue are tips on where to shop for the current must-haves, Camille Co’s (itscamilleco.com) advice on how to get started on your own style blog. Plus, UAAP Season ’75 gets hotter as the top cheerleaders from the eight UAAP schools gives us a sneak peek on this year’s UAAP Cheerdance Competition. Get all these and more from Chalk Magazine’s September issue out now!