3. You’ll realize you’re not alone.
A ton of people move back home after college. It’s a thing now, especially when an apartment in a big city can cost you thousands of dollars and your salary just won’t cut it. I found this was the best part about moving home after college, my closest friends from high school found themselves in a very similar situation and we all got the opportunity to reconnect. Not just did we get to reconnect, but we got to go through a lot of adjustments together and realize that just because you move home doesn’t mean you’re not going somewhere from there next.
Not just did we get to reconnect, but we got to go through a lot of adjustments together and realize that just because you move home doesn’t mean you’re not going somewhere from there next.
4. Your parents aren’t going to bother you as much as you think.
Yeah, they’ll ask you to contribute to dishes and laundry, but you’re already used to picking up after your own mess. Honestly, your parents are pretty used to you being out of the house as much as you are. They’ve been where you are already and they know what you’re up to when you’re “at a friends” for the night. It could seem annoying when they ask you where
It could seem annoying when they ask you where you’re going or who you’ll be with, but not for nothing – so did your roommates at school. Yeah, it might come off a little parentish – but they’re still your parents, they just care. Besides they’re giving you free-living and homemade dinners, the least you can do is suck up a few questions about your life.