As you might have realized already, staying with parents who enjoy having you with them may make you less inclined to go out on your own; it becomes too easy to just stay put and be cared for. You and your parents need to talk seriously about your plans for moving out and establishing a life separate from them. These discussions should include talking about careers that you would like to pursue and the finances necessary to live on your own. If you are unsure about what vocations interest you, I'd recommend career counseling. Your high school guidance department might be a good resource for career counselor recommendations.Ask your family, friends, former teachers and trusted adults for their advice regarding planning your future. Set goals for yourself with timelines attached to them -- e.g. by mid-March I will have my first meeting with a school counselor, by the end of March I will have looked at apartments that I can afford if I am making X amount of money. Setting goals is a must for successful career planning. An experienced career counselor can help you with all aspects of your job search and career planning.
Be thankful that you can live comfortably with your parents while you make plans for your short- and long-term future. There is no rush for you to be out of your home in two months, but there is a real need for you to make a serious effort right now to begin a career search and to make plans to live independently. I applaud your efforts to seek independence and not to become complacent living with your loving parents. Let me know how your career plans are shaping up at the beginning of April.