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6 Tips to Help College Students Live on Their Own

6 Tips to Help College Students Live on Their Own

6 Tips to Help College Students Live on Their Own

The day has finally come. Your son or daughter is about to head off to college. Although there is a lot of excitement about this time, there can also be a lot of trepidation on the parent’s end. Namely, you want to make sure your child is getting started on the right foot. Here are some tips to follow to set your mind at ease.

1. Teach Basic Life TipsUnclog Sink

You want to make sure your child can function as an adult while living away at college. That means making sure your college student is able to do laundry, know how to unclog a sink and prepare basic meals. Even a simple refresher course in these areas during a weekend can be really advantageous.

2. Pack the EssentialsEssentials

There are plenty of things your child probably takes for granted around the house. There is a lot your kid will need to handle the first week of classes, and you do not want him or her scrambling to get basic supplies. The essentials include:

  • Toilet paper
  • Toothbrush and toothpaste
  • Laundry detergent
  • Soap

3. Get Beneficial Organizational Supplies

Once you have the basics, you want to make sure you get your future college student additional supplies that will make living away from home a little easier. For example, a shoe rack or a laundry hamper can really come in handy. While it is good to pack light generally, a few extra things can help your child be just a little more organized.

4. Buy New When PossibleLaundry Hamper Sorter

Acquiring used items can help save you money, but these belongings may not last as long as something brand new. A new laundry hamper, backpack and bed sheets can give your child the confidence that he or she will not have to go out to replace these items any time soon.

5. Let Your Kid Be an Adult

Everyone is different. If your child wants some help acquiring everything and packing, then you should be there to offer a helping hand. In the event your child wants to be independent, then take a step back while offering your assistance if it is needed.

6. Be SentimentalParents Saying Goodbye

Once your college student has moved away, you want to do something that shows you will always be there. Send a letter or email explaining how proud you are of your child. Even if your kid usually does not get emotional, some kind words will really help during this time.

This is an exciting time, but it can also get stressful and emotional. When you need hampers, hangers and other supplies, go here to find it.

 

 


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