When going to uni or starting a new chapter of your life, you may find yourself moving out of your family home. If this is your first time moving or even the 10th time, it can be stressful and scary! Costs, the people you live with and where to live are just some of the questions you may want answers to. You’ll clean your room when you want (or not), party when you want and sleep when you want! Let’s face it, as a student, there is always something to do. Whether you are living with fellow students at uni, your best mates or experiencing the adventure of living on your own, there is plenty to learn about making moving out a success! That’s why we have put together some of the best blogs for moving out tips and tricks!
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Moving out checklist
You might think packing for a festival is hard enough, try moving! When moving out of home and into student accommodation, you will probably have no clue where to start. There are bound to be things that you forget (most likely your toothbrush), but don’t worry, there are plenty of moving out checklists to help you make sure you take the most important things with you - fairy lights and pictures of course! Check out the moving out blogs on StudentJob with all our top tips for moving into student accommodation.
Moving out at 18
Every teenager dreams of the moment that they move out on their own, but what happens when it actually comes to it? Moving out at 18 can be a little bit more daunting than expected. Before taking the leap of faith too quickly, make sure to think it through with family and friends. You can develop a plan to make it more successful and financially viable, as living on your own does involve plenty of costs. Not to mention drinks, birthday presents and tuition fees. With that said, there are plenty of ways to help. Look into student loans and keep track of your spending with budgeting plans. Also, make the most of your student discount and have it with you at all shopping sprees! With this all in mind, you are bound to make moving out at 18 a little bit easier!
Moving out of home
Moving out of your parent’s house is a big step, especially if it means living on your own. Besides deciding what to take with you and sorting your finances, you need to make sure it is the right step for you. University is a great time to move out of home as you will be moving into halls with friends, but it can be a little strange at first. We are here to make sure that you feel at home and enjoy your newfound freedom in no time, good luck and enjoy!
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