Steve Jobs was certainly a man who wasnâ€™t short of a bob or two during his lifetime, thanks to being the founder of Apple. However, what you might not know is that he founded the company and worked on its very first computer, the Apple I, in his parentsâ€™ garage.
Jobs credited his father, a carpenter, with instilling in him a passion for craftsmanship that he never lost. Who knows how your parents could influence you during this stint under their roof?
Jennifer Lawrence is another starlet who made it big while she was still young. She was 20 when she was nominated for a Best Actress Academy Award for her role in Winterâ€™s Bone, and just a couple of years later she won one.
However, despite being one of the leading stars of the moment, Lawrence claims sheâ€™s far from mature. In an interview with Elle Magazine a few months before she won her Oscar, she admitted: â€œTen million dollars and I'm still living in my parents' condo,â€ adding that sheâ€™d find it weird to live alone in a big mansion.
Would you turn down a date with someone if you found out they lived with their parents? If you would, then youâ€™re at risk of turning down a guy regularly voted one of the hottest men in Hollywood.
Twilight star Taylor Lautner lives with his parents and sister â€" and he loves it. He still sleeps in his childhood bedroom, and heâ€™s not above getting his hands dirty and taking out the rubbish when he needs to.
And while weâ€™re on the subject of famous authors, Jane Austen is another literary genius who shared a home with her parents. The author of Pride and PrejudiceandSense and Sensibility may have created some of the most enduring characters in fiction, but she did it while living with her mum and dad.
Perhaps you could take advantage of home comforts like your washing being done and your meals being cooked for you and put the time you save towards penning the next classic?
While Steve Jobs was one of the most important tech minds of his age, Alexander Graham Bell held the position more than a century before him. Just like some of you, Bell left home to study â€"after first becoming a teacher â€" and then moved back a few years later.
He emigrated with his family to Canada, and moved out again shortly after to head to the US and open a school for the deaf. Oh, and he patented his invention, the telephone, while he was there too!
Grammy-winner Adele was only a teenager when she began her meteoric rise to fame, so you canâ€™t really blame her for still living at home. She was just 19 when she released her debut album â€" fittingly called 19.
Adele had a crack at moving to her own place shortly after â€" only to change her mind, get a newer pad and ask her mum to move in with her. â€œIâ€™ve just bought a place in Battersea for me and my mum. I moved out and tried to be all cool and student-esque and I couldnâ€™t do it, and she couldnâ€™t do it either,â€ she said a few years ago.
Producer Naughty Boy â€" or Shahid Khan to give him his real name â€" began his career while he still lived with his parents. The musician and producer recorded his earliest tracks in a studio heâ€™d set up in his parentsâ€™ shed.
A few lucky breaks later â€" which included winning Â£44,000 on Deal or No Deal â€" and he had the equipment he needed to make chart-topping music, and had upgraded from the shed to Ealing Studios. He scored a number one single just a few years after the relocation.
Tennis legend Rafa Nadal may be boss on the court â€" but he might not be when he gets home. In fact, the Grand Slam title holder lives with his mum and sister â€" despite being worth millions.
Nadal claims itâ€™s important to him that heâ€™s surrounded by family as he doesnâ€™t like being alone. He puts this down to his roots growing up in a small village in Mallorca.
Another sports star who points to his family as the reason for his success is Michael Shelley, who won a gold medal at this yearâ€™s Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. The Australian long-distance runner achieved a personal best time at the games, but just a few years ago his athletics career hung in the balance.
In 2009 he suffered a stress fracture to his leg and several pelvic injuries.It was a long road to recovery and Shelley lived with his parents, who supported him financially as he worked towards his dream. He dedicated his silver medal win a year later to his parents, saying: "I'm still unemployed [â€¦] Thanks Mum and Dad. They're the reason I'm still running and are a major support.â€
You may not have heard of Maria Menounos â€" but she could be your inspiration if you still live at home. The US television presenter revealed in an interview on the Ellen show this year that she and her boyfriend of 15 years live with her parents.
Menounos might be 35, but she says staying surrounded by her family is in keeping with her Greek heritage.
You may feel as though you have no choice but to live at home, and a century or so ago the situation was very similar â€" particularly if you were female and unmarried. Take the BrontÃ« sisters, Charlotte, Emily and Anne. They are some of literatureâ€™s best-known novelists, and yet they led modest lives at the familyâ€™s parsonage.
Sadly none of the BrontÃ«slived past the age of 40, but their work means that their names are probably more recognisable today than they were during their lifetime.
Living with your parents doesnâ€™t quite have the same ring of shame to it when you bought the house youâ€™re living in. And thatâ€™s exactly what King of Rock & Roll Elvis Presley did when he rose to stardom. Famously close to his mum Gladys, Elvis first bought a house on Audubon Drive in Memphis for them to share, but the fans soon began congregating outside. He then instructed his mum and dad to find somewhere larger and more remote â€" which led them to Graceland. This was to remain the Kingâ€™s home until he died.
So, if you still live at home donâ€™t sweat it. You never know where you could end up â€" it might even be your very own Graceland.