My brother told me my pjs are too skimpy…

Ok, I’m 20 years old and I just moved back home with my parents and my brother. Out of the blue the other day, my brother told me my pajamas were too skimpy and I should have a bit more decency since I don't live alone. Just to clarify, my pjs might be a little revealing, but I literally only wear them in my room by myself when I’m getting ready to go to sleep. The only reason he saw them was because I went to the bathroom half asleep one night and didn’t think anyone would be up, so I didn’t put my robe on. Anyway, now he’s making a big deal out of it, asking my parents what they think, and I’m just super annoyed. I don’t think I’m in the wrong here. Like if I wore them to breakfast, I’d understand, but I always throw on my robe if I leave my room before I change. I just want to know who’s right here.

My friends are always asking me for advice...

I love my friends, don’t get me wrong, but sometimes I feel as though I’m their counselor rather than their friend. We go out and have fun, but it seems like any time I’m having a one on one conversation with any of them it’s always them telling me all their problem (sometimes about problems with our other friends) and expecting me to tell them what to do and how to handle it. Then of course I’m sworn to secrecy and have no one to vent to myself because then I’d have to spill things that others have told me. It’s getting tiring but I don’t know what to do. I kinda want to tell them to stop dumping their problems on me all the time, but I am the more reasonable one out of our group so I do understand and feel bad telling them not to talk to me about stuff. What would you do?

Vaxxed but still wearing a mask?

Honestly, I just wish the leadership of our country could agree on something for once. There are so many mixed messages about masks and the efficacy of the vaccine. They say that the vaccine is only 94% effective, and that some can still catch the disease and die, but they also said we would reach herd immunity when the country achieved a 70% vaccination rate. Now, we are nowhere near 50%, but already all the masks guidelines were lifted. Then they say the numbers are going up and that the Deta variant is spreading quickly. The WHO says wear a mask, the CDC says no need. Some stores require them, some don't.

What are you doing now, in July, if you are vaccinated? Are you still wearing a mask when in indoor/crowded places or have you completely stopped?

Should I invest some money in cryptocurrency?

I normally do not have any savings, but a bit of this last stimulus check actually exceed my monthly needs. I was wondering were the best place to put it to use was, stocks, ETFs, or Crypto. I want to get the best short-term returns on my investment, but don;t want too much risk. I saw that Dodgecoin has increased some 3,000% this last year, and that if I had put all my stimulus checks in and sold before the collapse I might be a millionaire right now. Too bad.
But are they still a good investment now, or has that ship sailed?

Should I stay in a commune?

So I love traveling, but have mostly traveled around Asia where everything is so cheap. Over there, you can get a meal for $3 and a private bungalow on the beach for about $15 dollars a night. But now, with COVID still raging on many countries I am looking for budget ways to travel around the States.
Obviously hotels are out of the question for any trip longer than a few days, as they are do expensive here. I stayed in a hostel once when I was young, but being in bunk beds with 20 other travelers and sharing a bathroom is not my idea of a vacation, more my idea of a personal hell. I will camp as much as I can, but I also found an intentional living center in Florida that looks interesting. Its natural and beautiful, and they say each guest has their own rooms, but everyone shares common areas and cooks together. Seems cool, but not sure what kind of people stay in these types of places. Are they good, if you stayed in one would you go again?

Is seafood sustianable or is it a con?

I just watched the movie Seaspiracy and it really opened my eyes, as I am sure it did for many others. I normally shop at Whole Foods, and I use their sustainable seafood guide, but this movie just pretty much showed that guide means nothing. So, is there any sustainable seafood out there, or is this just a marketing gimmick like putting an eco-sticker on a Hummer?
I assume that algae is sustainable, and so are some species that reproduce fast, like squid, but it all depends upon how they are caught.
What do you think, is there a sustainable seafood or are 8 billion humans making sustainability an unachievable goal?

Is it normal for teens stay in thier room?

Ah do I miss the days when they were young. So easy to please, happy for just about anything you do for them, always inquisitive, and always a joy to be around. But then one day something happens, they become teenagers and suddenly they are aliens. I never see my teens anymore, they come to the kitchen and bathroom, but other than that they are in their rooms. I have tried to change the behavior, but it is too much of a struggle, and I feel that I am pushing them further away.
Is this something they just grow out of, or something I should be concerned about?

Does getting a doctorate really matter?

I do not see what all the fuss is about. The only reasons for a doctorate seem to be for becoming a professor or for someone's ego. So many people seem to be interested in school, school, school, but at what cost? It will certainly be a lot of money. Maybe I have the wrong mindset. Still, this seems ridiculous to me. What about you?

Zombie Movies!

I am big into Zombie movies! Big! But, I have been having debates with people on what I have thought is best. It has been a wide landscape of answers and comments. Movies like "Train To Busan," "Quarantine," and "Parasite" have all been there. "I Am Legend" rocks, too. I believe the best kind of zombie movie is one with a quality storyline, great effects, and much gore. How about you? What is the best movie? In the comments, talk about what makes a great zombie film for you. Appreciate the help so much.

Remodel The Kitchen Or The Bathroom?

I have the money to do one of these projects, but not both. I am looking to sell my house in the next 5 years. Which project should I do first? I have read that a kitchen remodel is a game-changer for selling, but it costs more than a bathroom. Remodeling my bathroom is another option because it was the original bathroom in the house and it needs some serious upkeep. The kitchen is old, but it had a remodel before the bathroom. What should I do?