Whether you are a student living in a dorm, an apartment, or a house throughout your college career, chances are you will at one point share a bathroom with a roommate or multiple roommates. You and your roommates will use this space to shower, wash your face, get ready for events, and much more. Here are some tips to keep the area tidy and reduce tension between you and your roommates.
Between a busy class schedule, a bustling social life and extracurriculars, many college students put cleaning their apartments on the bottom of their to-do list. Having a tidy home-base is not only visually pleasing, but will decrease your stress and allow you to study in your room without a problem (not to mention your parents will be thrilled when they come to visit). The biggest issue that college students face with cleanliness of their space is they let it pile up, so it’s important to stay on top of it.
We all understand the struggle of trying to find an apartment that fits our needs, feels right, and is affordable! Searching for hours and hours on end can get discouraging and exhausting, especially if you aren’t exactly sure what things you should be looking for.
Whether you’ve decided to move locations or it’s time to get out of the dorms on campus, choosing an apartment is more complex than just determining the number of bedrooms.
Whether you’re going on an exciting trip over a school break, headed for a job interview in a different city, or just visiting home for the weekend, leaving your apartment every so often is good for you. However, in the excitement and stress of heading out of town, sometimes your apartment’s safety gets lost on the list of things to do. These tips may seem obvious, but will help ensure that when you get home, the only thing you have to worry about is unpacking.