It's hard to argue with the fact that there is no greater feeling than living on your own. The sense of freedom and independence that you get once you move out from a sheltered environment is exhilarating. The only person you are answerable to is you alone! So, if you have recently fled the nest and are living alone, here are certain things you will understand.
1. ANYTIME IS PARTY TIME!
You don't need your parents' permission to host your friends over. So whether it's a mid-week night cap or a crazy Saturday night party, you have the freedom to host an impromptu jig, anytime.
2. THAT ALSO MEANS ONLY YOU HAVE TO CLEAN UP AFTER YOUR PARTY
Since you won't be living with your folks, Mommy won't help clear the mess and neither will your younger siblings. Your friends would probably refuse to help too. So, it wouldbe just you and your handy broom that will have to tackle amessy room.
3. EAT WHAT YOU WANT
Eat anything your heart desires without worrying about what your parents will say. Every night can be pizza night and you can easily replace water with wine because -No.More.Nagging!
4. BUY GROCERIES AND COOK YOUR FOOD
This also means you will have to buy the groceries and instant noodles seem like a good idea but you can't eat them every day , right? The day you do decide to eat home cooked food, you will have to buy the groceries, wash them and probably cut them yourself too.
5. NO DISTURBANCE WHILE SLEEPING
Wake up and sleep when you want to, because there isno one noting everything that you are doing. You can also go for a sleep marathon.
6. RISK GETTING LATE TO WORK
Living on your own can also mean there would be no one to wake you up if you overslept. Because since `there is no one noting everything that you are doing', you will probably be late for work almost every single day.
7. HAVE YOUR OWN WAY WITH DECOR
You can decorate your house the way you want too. If you want to replace all bulbs with fairy lights, you can do it without any interference.
8. YOU WILL HAVE TO MULTI-TASK AS A PLUMBER, ELECTRICIAN AS WELL
You will have to worry about other little things, like theplumbing and electrical fittings of your house. From yourelectrical wires to taps and pipes, everything will be your responsibility now.It's safe to say that living alone is not an easy task. While on the surface of it, it may seem like all fun andgames but in reality, it's so much more than that. So, takethe first step in making the transaction towards living alone easier.
9. BUY THE STUFF YOURSELF
If you want your house to look like the way you want itto, it also means that you will have to buy everything youwant to decorate your house with.From utensils to lights, everything will have to be bought on your own!
10. YOU CAN DO THE HOUSEKEEPING AT YOUR PACE
You don't have to worry about the little things, like cleaning a cupboard. You can do it when and if you have some leisure time.
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