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Living at home after college dating

I know, we have all had those mornings where we wake up and think, "What the f*ck was I thinking last night?!

But when you factor in a year's worth of rent (the US average is

But when you factor in a year's worth of rent (the US average is $1,200/month), a third of your salary is gone.

So you landed a job making more money than you've ever had in your entire life.

Chances are, you are going to spend it on things you don't necessarily need just because you can.

On the long list of things you need to accomplish by the time you graduate is finding a job, actually passing all of your classes in order to graduate, figuring out how the hell you are going to pack and move all of the sh*t you have accumulated in the last four years, and deciding where you are going to live.

You have your entire life to worry about paying bills, so take advantage of it while you can.

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But when you factor in a year's worth of rent (the US average is $1,200/month), a third of your salary is gone.So you landed a job making more money than you've ever had in your entire life.Chances are, you are going to spend it on things you don't necessarily need just because you can. On the long list of things you need to accomplish by the time you graduate is finding a job, actually passing all of your classes in order to graduate, figuring out how the hell you are going to pack and move all of the sh*t you have accumulated in the last four years, and deciding where you are going to live.You have your entire life to worry about paying bills, so take advantage of it while you can.Not to mention you just started working so you haven't received a paycheck and won't get one for another two weeks.I can't tell you how many friends I have who can't buy anything extra because they have to worry about paying their bills, or friends who stress out about going out for drinks because they might not have enough money in their bank account.Sure the messy rooms, the lack of ability to do laundry and the spoiled attitude might say otherwise, but the reality is, we’ve thrown ourselves into new situations without the safety net of parents and have matured in ways that might not jump off the page…just yet.It’s tough coming home to the requests of parents when, for so long, we’ve been planning our days just the way we want them: wake up at ten, go to class, workout, get lunch with friends…etc…etc….The easy (ok, occasionally traumatic) transition was made possible by my two adoring parents who wanted nothing but the best for their kids.The thing to keep in mind when laying down the law in your home, from the perspective of a college student, is to remember that we’ve been on our own for a year (or two, or three, or four) now, and we’ve gained a lot of independence.

,200/month), a third of your salary is gone.So you landed a job making more money than you've ever had in your entire life.Chances are, you are going to spend it on things you don't necessarily need just because you can. On the long list of things you need to accomplish by the time you graduate is finding a job, actually passing all of your classes in order to graduate, figuring out how the hell you are going to pack and move all of the sh*t you have accumulated in the last four years, and deciding where you are going to live.You have your entire life to worry about paying bills, so take advantage of it while you can.Not to mention you just started working so you haven't received a paycheck and won't get one for another two weeks.I can't tell you how many friends I have who can't buy anything extra because they have to worry about paying their bills, or friends who stress out about going out for drinks because they might not have enough money in their bank account.Sure the messy rooms, the lack of ability to do laundry and the spoiled attitude might say otherwise, but the reality is, we’ve thrown ourselves into new situations without the safety net of parents and have matured in ways that might not jump off the page…just yet.It’s tough coming home to the requests of parents when, for so long, we’ve been planning our days just the way we want them: wake up at ten, go to class, workout, get lunch with friends…etc…etc….The easy (ok, occasionally traumatic) transition was made possible by my two adoring parents who wanted nothing but the best for their kids.The thing to keep in mind when laying down the law in your home, from the perspective of a college student, is to remember that we’ve been on our own for a year (or two, or three, or four) now, and we’ve gained a lot of independence.

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