Moving Day 101: Essential Things You Will Need on Move-In Day

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“Sometimes there are things in life that are not meant to stay. Sometimes change may not be what we want. Sometimes change is what we need.” –Author Unknown

No matter how you look at it, packing for a move can be quite the pain.

After all, how do you sort a significant number of years into different boxes and categories? Moreover, how do you ensure that all of it would fit into whatever number of boxes you have bought specifically for it? Regardless of how organized you are or how logical your approach towards packing is, packing will inevitably be infuriating at some point—especially when the time comes to unpack and arrange your things yet again in your new home. With so many things to pack, it can be rather easy to lose track of things and forget which box has what in it. Furthermore, it can get somewhat difficult to determine whether you have already pre-packed a specific item and if you would need it immediately soon. It becomes even more infuriating to realize that there are incredibly vital things that you would need as soon as you settle into your new place. These are the things essential for either facilitating the move or ensuring that it is as seamless and as comfortable as possible.

In other words, these are the things that you would not wish to spend ages digging around for and trying to find. These should be packed separately and easily accessible the moment you park your car in your new garage. Ideally, you should never pack them inside boxes and keep them in a separate bag in the passenger seat. This bag should be easy to find and should be the last (not the first) thing you load into the car to ensure you do not forget about it. Below is a list of these necessary items so that your move would be seamless and stress-free whether you are moving to Ametta Place or elsewhere.

1.) Checks

Whether you are paying the packers or the moving company who facilitated your move, you are inevitably going to need your checks to pay for something. Sure, you might think you have enough cash with you, but there is a likely chance that in the flurry of moving activity, there will be something—a payment reminder that you will likely forget. It might be something you were not told about until later or just something you might have overlooked. In any case, keep your checks handy.

2.) Toilet Paper

This one should be fairly obvious. After all, imagine the horror of needing to take care of stomach business in your new home only to find out that you have not unpacked the toilet paper? Unfortunately, it can be rather easy to forget, so it is best to keep them in a separate bag. Furthermore, there is a likely chance that someone would want to use the bathroom even before you have all finished unpacking, so have at least three rolls of it ready.

3.) Paperwork

If you have any sense, you would know that any type of paperwork should not be something you have to search for. More often than not, your move would involve a series of paperwork or documents which you need to have with you by the time it happens. Make the move a little easier and more convenient for you by speeding along the tedious process and having these at hand whenever needed. Have them at the ready in a convenient location and make sure you can quickly produce them when needed.

4.) Snacks and Water

Packing and unpacking during a move would require a tremendous amount of energy from you and your family members who are helping out on the move as well. You would need something to munch on every now and then to make sure you do not get too exhausted. Similarly, you would need to drink water as much as you can to ensure that you stay hydrated. Sure, you might think that it would be rather easy to take out food at the nearest fast food shop or have it delivered to your new address. But those would involve waiting, and it is a whole lot more convenient if you just had food with you on hand. Make sure your snacks do not require any sort of tableware to eat such as cup noodles, crackers and the like. Lastly, water would be vastly preferred to juices and fizzy drinks as the former can quench your thirst better which is essential when you are unpacking and arranging your belongings.

5.) Soap

Much like how you would inevitably need toilet paper, you will need soap as well. After all, you cannot expect to eat with dirty hands or hands just washed with water. With this in mind, ensure you always have a handy bar of soap with you. Alternatively, you can use wet-wipes, hand sanitizers or the like, just make sure you have a disinfectant of some sort with you—especially since you are going to be making use of your new facilities (which are likely still covered in dust). An excellent way to do this is to pack those free soaps they give at hotels in a separate bag together with your packed toilet paper. They are easy to pack and convenient to carry around, and their diminutive size does not add much to the bulk.

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Exploring Business Locations in the Philippine Property Market

Location is critical to business operations. A great place can attract customers and clients. It perfectly displays products and services. It is accessible to the brand target market, partners, and staff. Considering the hundreds of new developments in the country, it can be a challenge to select a favorable location for an office or a shop.

Settling on the best workplace is imperative. The right business location in a property market adds to the business’ overall growth. Think of the structure of the building and the impact of the area on daily operations. These are the factors to consider when thinking of a business location.

Market Overview

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The Philippine Property Market is a growing industry. The country’s consistent macroeconomic policies and high levels of consumption make it one of the strongest performers in Asia’s economies. It’s real estate market regarding office retail, residential, and industrial sectors are expanding. According to Rick Santos, Chairman and CEO of Santos-Knight Frank (SKF), the investment inflow of 2017 created a positive ripple effect across the property sector. The market will perform even better once the government infrastructure projects are in full swing to create a conducive business environment.

Despite the optimism, vacancy in Metro Manila increased by 5 percent during the third quarter of the year 2017 due to the large volume of the additional stock. This is good news for startups and business owners looking for a place to settle. They can choose from the establishments and facilities of high-quality developments in the country.

Customer and Talent Proximity

Dwellers and opportunity-seekers of the North can choose from office spaces in Quezon City. Meanwhile, entrepreneurs and passionate muses can venture into leasing a working area in Makati City. Consider these offices below to discover what the Philippine real estate market has to offer when it comes to office spaces.

1. U.P. Ayala Land Technohub

Referred to as ‘Technohub,’ it is in the center of the country’s premier university for bright young minds. The development comes with facilities and amenities required by a firm drabbling in technology or science. It has a Tech Portal and a Retail Plaza.

2. U.P. Town Center Corporate Center

The expanse of the PEZA-certified office facility lies on Katipunan Avenue. It is part of the University Belt and located within Ayala’s shopping mall. It has access to several retail brands, popular restaurants, and services for workers and residents in the community.

3. Vertis North Corporate Center

The Corporate Center is the latest addition to the office centers in Quezon City. It is part of a community with mixed-use residences, hotel, and entertainment areas. Shops at Vertis North are available at near public transportation for the working class of the North.

4. 6750 Ayala Avenue

Those who value elegance, sophistication, and visibility can fit right in the topnotch office location of Makati. The 6750 building is right beside the highly-rated bistros, luxury boutiques, and serviced apartments. It complements the cosmopolitan lifestyle of the city through its serviced and virtual offices and meeting room facilities.

5. McKinley Exchange Corporate Center

The towering office stands in the corner of EDSA and McKinley Road in Makati City. Though not within the vicinity of Makati Central Business District (CBD), it still has direct access to the MRT station, bus stops, jeepney and shuttle terminals. Conducting business in the area makes it visible to thousands of passengers passing Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (EDSA).

6. Solaris One

The prime property along Dela Rosa Street is BPO-ready. It comes with high-end facilities, centralized chilled water system, high-speed large-capacity elevators, and above- grounds parking lots. It is close to the retail and dining establishments of People Support Center and Convergys One.

These office and retail spaces are in the busy areas of each city. They are close to potential buyers and highly-accessible through different modes of transportation. The hassle-free travel attracts customers and clients to the business. The same goes for promising talents. The short distance and travel time improves their productivity. Employees can provide high-quality work when they have good health and are in the excellent working environment.

Expandability and Equipment

The office space must not only focus on the present. It must also lean into the future. Business will grow and expand in the future. The office must be able to accommodate all the equipment, furniture, and staff it takes in overtime. It is also necessary to have space intended for clients. A room for meeting and transactions makes them comfortable and feel welcomed. At the same time, the location of the business must have ample parking space.

It is a must for a firm to have ample space for their equipment for production and provision of service. Apparatus and machinery must spread out in various rooms to avoid looking cluttered. The working area won’t appear unpleasant when supplies are in their proper places.

Monetary Inclusion

Never invest in office space when you don’t have enough budget for it. Spending beyond financial limits causes financial troubles later on. Ensure lease payments and other expenses fits budget without compromising its quality. There are hundreds to thousands of office spaces available in the Philippines to become the home of a startup or business organization.

The real estate sector of the Philippines continues to exhibit growth as more infrastructure projects are on its way. The demand for mobility, flexibility, and connectivity from freelancers will shape the future office launches in the country. Developers continue to seek opportunity in and out of Manila to supply the need of increasing occupancy rate from various sectors.

 

8 Add-Ons to Upgrade Pre-Installed Kitchen Islands

Hold your thought about kitchen islands.
They aren’t there to occupy most of the kitchen floor space. The island offers extra surface during rigorous food prep, storage for cooking items and utensils, and a block keeping hungry guests at bay. Some homeowners aren’t used to the concept of islands and counters. They prefer the traditional dining set.

Contemporary house and lot and condo units have kitchen islands. The structure of these homes undertakes the importance of storage units and maximizing the floor layout. However, the style and form of pre-installed kitchen islands don’t overlap with the homeowner’s acquired taste. A condo at Bonifacio High Street requires a modern piece. It may be something unique and grounded to match the city’s energy.

Try not to fret if the kitchen counter doesn’t fit your style. There are several ways to upgrade pre-installed kitchen islands. These items will elevate and bring the kitchen island to life.

1. Bars

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Towel bars offer the best solutions for organization hacks. Kitchen with limited space will benefit from the smart and efficient uses of these thin bars. Install a long bar to hold or store lids when cooking. It also prevents them getting lost in the back of cabinets. It is also perfect for displaying sets of pans and collection of mugs. Other than hand towels, it solves storage problems by providing *an anchor for baskets.

2. Hooks

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Whether its adhesive hooks, anchors or plain old nails, hooks are organizing superstars. They camouflage wires, conceal plastic trash bags, distribute measure cups, hang kitchen wraps and pot lids, and basket for extra storage. Hooks are smaller than bars so they won’t get in the way of work and existing kitchen design.

3. Stools

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Think of height, style, and comfort when finding the right kitchen stool. First, measure the height of island’s surface. There must be 9 to 13 inches between the seat and the counter. Chair stools are 18 inches high from the floor to the seat. It works with surfaces 28 to 30 inches in height. Counter stools are 24 to 26 inches while bar stools are 28 to 30 from floor to the seat. Counter stools go with tables 36 to 39 inches in height while bar stools require 40 to 42 inches.

The space between each stool is critical for comfort and people’s movement. There’s no problem with style as several materials are complementing various kitchen aesthetics. The island can have a backless, casual or swivel seating.

4. Countertop

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Good news! It is possible to swap existing kitchen counter with something luxe or low-maintenance. The right countertop follows the home’s overall decorating scheme. A concrete countertop provides a variety of looks depending on its color pigmentation and the amount of aggregate in the mix. Stainless steel has a reflective quality making it perfect for small spaces. The reflection gives a beautiful and elegant look. Copper is pliable and ideal to produce countertops with interesting edges. Moreover, it gives off a warm glow to any kitchen. Other materials like marble, granite, and zinc are viable options as a countertop surface. Adding a glass top is also a game changer.

5. Knobs and Pull

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Changing cabinet handles is a non-committal way to enhance the look of an area. Having knobs and pulls prevents stains on cabinet surfaces and lengthens its lifespan. Hardware also provides ease of access to drawers. It must fit inside your hand and feel right to the touch. There must be no sharp edges and ridges. It must be comfortable for your fingers. Knobs and pulls are the jewelry of the kitchen. They must blend into the area, coordinate the pieces of furniture in it and enhance the design. Before purchasing for the entire kitchen, test it out to get the perfect fit.

6. Appliances

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Instead of placing the oven, dishwasher or dryer in a different spot, have it built on the kitchen island. It will give you additional floor area for cabinets, cooking ranges, refrigerator, oven, extra seating or the sink. Installing it on the isle conceals wiring and unalluring backside of the appliance. Most of all, the setup saves the item from damage.

7. Shelves

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Open shelves offer freedom to store and take cooking ingredients and utensils anytime you need them. It also prevents accidents and ruckus from bumping into cabinet doors and handles. If aiming for aesthetic, fret not. Open shelving is charming and classy as it displays food stock and baking ingredients in fancy jars and pretty containers. Customizing the stackables on the shelf uplifts repurposed old bookshelves of drilled wood from a previous project. However, beware of low-lying shelves if there are children at home. Place a glass casing to prevent them from grabbing stuff on display.

8. Trim

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Adding trim to the surface of your kitchen island changes the look and vibe of the kitchen. Uniform scallops produce a vintage, laid-back beach house vibe. Irregularly shaped waves transform the room into a modern and playful dining area. Explore different trimming designs before settling on one to find the best fit for the house.

The kitchen is a small and messy area, but it’s no excuse to make it a work of art. The kitchen island can be the star of the room with the right add-on, finishes, and trim. When this happens, family members and guests can have an enjoyable dining experience.

Hunt Down These Sports Gear at 4 Local Sporting Stores

Players require appropriate sporting gear to deliver the best performance. Besides optimal performance, some sports need equipment to play them. Others require protective gear to minimize the impact of a collision and prevent injuries.

If you wish to try a new sport or release your adrenaline, you must purchase the necessary items below. It’s best to arm yourself before heading to the playing field.

Baseball

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First Baseman’s Mitt

First basemen receive throws from infielders and catch attempts from pitchers. Thus, their gloves are different from the rest of the players in the field. First basemen and catchers are the only ones to wear mitts. The leather mitt has a deep pocket to withstand several catches. It has open style-webbing to scoop throws or stop ground balls without bringing amounts of dirt. The robust curved edged design and large size make it easy for infielders to spot the player.

Catcher’s Mitt

A catcher’s mitt is smaller than the first baseman’s. It has a closed webbing for quick moving balls and conceals pitch calls. If you want a better view of incoming balls, you may consider open webbing. You can have padding on your mitt for protection, but it will come with a smaller pocket. Using mitt an inch bigger to provide the full pocket you need. Catcher’s mitt uses the measure of the player’s circumference.

Catcher’s Mask and Chest Protector

Often, expensive gear is lighter and absorbs more energy than cheap gear. Some equipment uses an advanced material with less weight even if it offers the same protection as its alternatives. Bulky equipment slows down as the player when running or throwing to bases. Protective gear must have the right fit so it won’t move and expose the body from injury.

There are two types of helmet you can choose – traditional mask or hockey style. The traditional style is earless and worn from the backside. This feature offers players vision of the field and makes it easy to toss it after a play. The hockey style is the most comfortable and has the most protection. Both helmets are adjustable to fit the shape of the wearer’s head.

Basketball and Soccer Equipment

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Shoes

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An all-around basket player needs footwear with a perfect fit for running in a straight line or quickly shift direction. The shoe must keep your heel in place, offer ankle support and have enough cushion to make you comfortable during the game.

Your feet will be in contact with the force when playing soccer so you must know its parts. That way, you can select the shoes which complement your performance during the game. The material of the insole, midsole, outsole, vamp, and cleats all affect the construction of footwear aimed at specific playing surfaces.

Soccer ball

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Soccer balls may have a casing made of PVC (polyvinyl carbonate), PU (polyurethane), a combination of PVC/PU, or synthetic leather. PVC balls are cheap, and PU balls are softer to touch than PVC ones. Synthetic leather balls are the easiest to control. The ball comes in five sizes, so it’s best to check with a coach on restrictions before buying one. It also varies depending on the type of game and playing field.

Golfing Gear

Mizuno, Harbor Point Mall

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Clubs

A primary set must include the putter, pitching wedge, sand wedge, three, five, seven and nine irons; the three wood; the driver. A beginner set of clubs is ideal in case you plan to quit, but a full set of clubs is a must after a year of playing. You will have an additional three pitching wedge irons, yet you must select a separate putter. A blade type putter is great for starters. You can choose between graphite and steel shafts. If you are a committed golfer, you can customize your golf clubs to fit your size and swing.

Golf shoes

Since your feet will carry most of your weight, you must select a comfortable pair. Modern pairs vary in appearance. There are dress-style shoes, athletic style, and golf sandals. Comfortable pairs of shoes come in different price ranges so you must think of your price requirements before settling on footwear. Also, don’t forget to try it for a walk and a few swings if possible. It gives you an idea how it feels when using it.

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Golf gloves

Find out the material you prefer to use. Leather gloves turn soft when you use them frequently. Still, it lasts longer than gloves made of other materials. Meanwhile, synthetic gloves offer better grip during hot and wet weather conditions. The glove must fit each finger and slide smoothly in the palm of your hand. You must use the Velcro closure or attach the snap to secure it in place. There should be enough material between the ends of each finger. Too much indicates you have the wrong size of glove.

Tees

You must purchase the right tee to regulate the height of your swing. Typical lengths of golf tees come in three sizes – 2.75, 3.25 and 4 inches. If you tee off with wood, hybrid club or iron, you must use the smallest tees. Those who wish to use tees above the grass can use 1 1/2 or 2 1/8 inches while players with large hands can opt for 3.25 and 4-inch tees.

Tennis Equipment

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Racquet

Power or game improvement racquets are for players with shorter and slower swings. They are lightweight and feature an oversized to super-oversized heads. ‘Tweener racquets are head-light to head-heavy and extended in length. On the other hand, control or player racquets are heavy with small heads. The weight of the head is symmetrical with its body.

Tennis shoes

A pair of playing shoes is flat with a pattern on its soles. The designs depend on the terrain of the playing court. A durable sole is necessary for baseline players due to their constant lateral motion. Serve-and-volley players need a shoe with a durable toecap and medial on the arch to support their back foot. Foot type also plays a role when selecting proper tennis footwear. Overpronators need stabilizing tennis shoes while under pronators are better off with flexible kinds of shoes to alleviate shock issues during swift lateral movements.

Protective gear, playing equipment and accessories are a must when playing a team or individual sports. Finding the right fit and material is essential to improve your game.

Leisure Living: The Five Main Perks of Living by the Sea “

 

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“Those who live by the sea can hardly form a single thought of which the sea would not be part.”-Hermann Broch

Have you ever wondered what a perpetual holiday or vacation would look like?
Well, for starters, it is a home by the sea and waking up to the glorious sunrise basking over the gentle and serene ocean ripples. It is having your early morning cup of joe by the sea and inhaling the salty sea breeze and the scent of summer. It is going to sleep at night with the sound of cascading waves to keep you company. Furthermore, it is being at peace with the fact that you are to wake up to this scenario every single day of your life.

It sounds like an idyllic plan, is it not? Unfortunately, while living by the sea affords you the kind of leisure and relaxation that most traditional homeowners live without, most developers offering seaside living would offer their properties at an exorbitant premium. However, while you might be paying quite a pricey down payment for these kinds of properties, know that you are not only paying for the piece of land and house you will be residing in. In one way or another, you are also paying for a life that would seldom need a vacation. After all, with the ocean just a few meters away from your property, do you really need to go elsewhere just for a breather? Once you have decided on settling by the sea, you would no sooner than expect that you would never be missing the hustle and bustle of a busy metropolitan. With palm and coconut trees surrounding you, sand on your feet and the smell of salty air, you would find yourself not missing the tall skyscrapers, traffic onslaughts and pollutions of a progressive city.

If seaside living has been something you have been contemplating about, consider Anvaya Cove Bataan. In any case, below is a list of the generous perks seaside living would afford you:

1.) It allows you to be healthy

Mental benefits aside, it has been shown that seaside living can positively impact an individual’s overall health. Sunlight, of which the beach gets significant dosages of, is incredibly beneficial to our skin. This is because sunlight has Vitamin D which helps your body absorb calcium and by extension, strengthens your bones. Furthermore, the sea helps you better with its negatively charged ions. Resultantly, you are less stressed and are generally in a better mood.

2.) It gives you a myriad of things to do

Life by the sea offers you a variety of activities to do at the weekend while living in the city constrains you to a life of monotony. Metropolitan living limits your entire week to going to work, eating and maybe going to the mall to relax and breathe. It is incredibly rare (and only when time permits) for you to ever have a chance to get away from the city and have a vacation. And when you do, it usually involves a long drive or a plane ticket. When you live by the sea, it is like being on holiday every single day of your life. Moreover, it offers you a diverse plethora of recreational activities to do such as swimming, surfing, beach volleyball, sunbathing and the like.

3.) It is great for your well-being

Living in a place that allows you to wake up to the sight of the sun, sea and lush waves every single day tends to make you appreciate the small things in life. Compared to being cloistered and stifled in an apartment unit smack dab in the middle of the city, seaside living is not only a place for relaxation and serenity but an avenue for self-exploration. It allows you to contemplate and reflect. Moreover, it has been found that the sound of crashing waves inspires creativity. So living by the sea might be a good opportunity for you to discover your hidden talents and skills.

4.) It allows you to disconnect

In a way, seaside living allows you to connect more to yourself and your surroundings simply by giving you the chance to disconnect. Living in a busy cosmopolitan tends to make us inadvertently glue ourselves to our cellphone or computer screens—so much so that we are perpetually connected online and missing the small things in life. This habit has been known to increase stress levels and is potentially harmful to the body. Living by the sea, however, allows you to meditate. Even a few minutes spent just looking at the horizon and listening to the wave would be enough to rejuvenate your well-being.

5.) Delicious seafood

Seafood is hard to come by in the city, and when you do find them, they would be incredibly overpriced. This is because the logistics of getting seafood into the city can be a bit complicated and overly long—especially when the city is nowhere near any ports or even seas. However, when you are living by the sea, you are not only given access to cheap seafood but the freshest ones as well. No doubt, you can expect seafood restaurants to be cropping up here and there ensuring that you always get the fresh catch of the day.

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Solitude 101: Six Excellent Reasons to Live Alone

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“I am not saying that there is anything better than mated bliss at its best, but I am saying that living alone is as good in its own way. But we have not quite given ourselves the permission to recognize that.” –Barbara Feldon

 

Humans are so conditioned to having companionship that they find the idea of living in solitude detestable.

The fact is, most individuals find the idea of living alone unimaginable and…depressing. Humans, social creatures that we are, crave for social interaction—even more so at the end of a long day.

However, it is not for the lack of experience that warrants such sentiment, but rather the lack of the will to do so. Being able to live alone is bliss and being at peace with it is even more satisfying. After all, where else could you afford an avenue for peace of mind apart from the comforts of your home? Moreover, you do not have to worry about a companion’s mess or perhaps their share of the rent as the responsibility lies solely in you. Resultantly, living alone would encourage you to mature in more ways than one. And while you might not realize the merits of it today, it helps you develop independence. While living without a companion is a lonely prospect to most, just think of advantages it would offer you. Total liberty and the freedom to do as you please to name a few, but there is quite a myriad more.

As according to the words of Marilyn vos Savant, you should be able to live alone, even if you do not want to and think you will never find it necessary. In this regard, if you have ever found an opportunity to live by yourself and are financially stable enough to do so, go ahead and check out that unit in Avida Towers in San Lorenzo.

Listed below are just some of the advantages of living alone:

 

1.) You can leave the dishes for as long (or as short) as you wish it

One of the most hated house chores we can all collectively agree on would probably be doing the dishes. Living alone means no one would perpetually nag you to clean them up or ask you to keep them. More often than not, only a visiting parent or a date coming over would prompt you to start loading them in the dishwasher. However, be wary as leaving dirty dishes out for too long can breed bacteria and harmful illnesses.

2.) No one would see your emotional breakdowns

Living with a roommate or other people tends to make us stifle our emotions and keep it in check—even when we are about to burst deep inside. However, living alone allows you to be at home and comfortable with your emotional breakdowns without having anyone to judge you for them. So, if you are having a bad day, you can lash out or cry it all out without fear of being mocked or judged.

3.) Your food is yours alone

You do not have to worry about roommates stealing your food or sharing your home cooked meals with anyone. Your food is solely yours. Furthermore, you can buy food without being judged by your choices. You can eat as much Chinese takeout as you wish without anyone giving you the side eye for your choices.

4.) You can indulge in weird bathroom habits

As you do not have to share the bathroom with anyone else, you can choose to be as weird as you can in there while having your bath or while using the toilet. You do not even need to fear being caught as no one else is with you which means you are afforded maximum privacy. If you so wish, you can even do whatever you wish to do with the door wide open and you still would not run the risk of being walked into.

5.) You can clean at your leisure

As you are not really affecting anyone with your mess and clutter spread around, you are free to clean up whenever you wish. So, if you have had a long day at work and just wish to relax, you can do so. Similarly, if you wish to dedicate your weekends to relaxing and sleeping then you can put off any cleaning chores until you are ready to do them. There is absolutely no pressure on you or anyone nagging you to get a move on and do the laundry already.

6.) You have a lot of personal space and time for self-discovery

Living alone is an avenue for self-discovery—so much so that you will learn so much about yourself during the time you spend on your own. Sure, it can be quite the challenge to adjust at first (especially if you are used to co-dependence or living with companions), but the resultant skills would be all very much worth it. Emotional and personal situations would be a lot easier for you to handle and you will find yourself growing in your independence.

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