Posts Tagged ‘Moving Out’

Sick of Living @ Home? Moving to the City Guide

Sick of Living @ Home? Moving to the City Guide

The Presidents of the United States of America encapsulated the simplicity of country life when they sang “Moving to the country, going to eat a lot of peaches.” Unfortunately, city life is more “hustle and bustle” than “quiet and peaceful”. But as the old Playschool favourite goes “Living in the city is fun” and by [...]

The Pros and Cons of Renting

The Pros and Cons of Renting

The obvious alternative to living with your parents is living by yourself, however paying the full rent bill hurts – a lot. For a one bedroom place near Melbourne University you’ll be coughing up around $330 per week. This is laughable for any full time student.  To get the figure some where in the uni [...]

Surviving out of home – how to avoid becoming a hobo

Surviving out of home – how to avoid becoming a hobo

So, you’ve decided to move out of home. Whether it was because of work/study commitments, family issues or you’ve just decided to grow up – you’ve chosen to leave the nest. Good for you! Living on your own can give you a great sense of satisfaction as you must rely on yourself to survive, and [...]

Moving Out of Home Next Year for Uni? Read This!

Moving Out of Home Next Year for Uni? Read This!

So, it’s time to fly the proverbial coop. You may have been given marching orders by your parents, or you may have been accepted into a uni on the other side of the country. Shape up, ship out, the world of co-habitation awaits. House(mates). She’s your best friend. You’ve laughed together, you’ve cried together. You’re [...]

On-campus vs. Off-campus Living

On-campus vs. Off-campus Living

Making the move from high school to University? Thinking about leaving home and about whether you should choose on-campus or off-campus accommodation?

Moving Away From Home? What are the Options?

Moving Away From Home? What are the Options?

To go to university, many students must move out of home and away from the comforts of friends and family.  This experience can be daunting.  Fortunately there are a number of options for students, each with their own advantages and disadvantages. Residential Colleges University Residential Colleges are perhaps the most popular options for students moving [...]