Sep 21, 2011

5 Must Have for Moving Out of Home Students

You’re about to move out of home for the first time. There is so much change happening around you that you may not realise what you need to set yourself up in for the first time in your new home.

Moving out of home to study is often a rushed time. You’ve just found out that you’ve been accepted, and are expected to be ready to start just a few weeks later. Once you’ve tackled the rental market and found somewhere to live, you need to furnish your new place.

Whether you’re renting alone or sharing a house with friends or even strangers, you need the house essentials to set yourself up. Regardless of your style, budget or location, there are 5 basics that you need in order to set yourself up to study successfully:

1. Quality
doona, sheets & mattress

When you’re finally ready to sleep after studying all night or working late at your part time job, you want to be comfortable. When you’ve found time to sleep, you need to make the most of it. This means that you need a good mattress, sheets, doona and pillow. You’re going to be busy balancing your new commitments, so when you’re resting, ensure that your body gets the best treatment.

2. Car

You’ve left home and no longer have access to your parent’s car. You also no longer have personal taxi drivers to ferry you around. But that hasn’t changed your need to get from A to B. In fact, your need to get around has probably increased.

You need a car to get you from study, to home, to your part time job, to your friends and of course back to your parent’s place. If you need a
car loan, there are loaners out there who’ll support you.

3. Study desk and chair

You’ve committed to study. Now you need the equipment to enable you to succeed. You’ll need a good desk and chair that will help you study for hours on end. When looking for your chair, ensure that its height is adjustable so that it can match the desk height. This will help you to find the perfect height that will be comfortable but will also care for your body, specifically your posture, whilst studying.

4. Kitchen equipment

You’ve left home and that means that you are now responsible for yourself. You’re the one who needs to cook in order to eat. Try to avoid slipping into bad eating habits. Resist the urge to live off noodles or take away food by investing in some cooking essentials. Buy a frying pan, pots, kettle and toaster. With these tools at your fingertips, you’ll have no excuse to not treat your body well. Give it the sustenance it needs by using this cooking equipment.

5. Computer

When studying, you need to be up to date on the latest technology. Set yourself up for the best academic grades by having the best technology available to you. For example, you might want to consider investing in a laptop that you can take to university. This will allow you to take electronic notes during class and will also mean you won’t have to fight with other students for a computer during breaks between classes.

With these 5 studying must- haves, you’ll be set up for success! 

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2 comments:

Blogger Banua Menuju Blogger Nusantara 2011 said...

Wow that's awsome...

Jo's This and That said...

Neat! Thanks for sharingand stopping in JoAnn.

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