July 19, 2019
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Close up of male hand packing up thing before moving outAre you moving out of your parents’ home for the first time? You are probably feeling excited now, but you have to remember that living on your own is a huge responsibility. After all, it means making decisions on your own and doing things by yourself.

Here are some tips to help you prepare for this milestone in your life:

Practice doing things on your own

No one moves out and brings along somebody to do things for him or her. You will have to do the laundry, cooking, taking out the garbage, and cleaning by yourself. You also need to equip yourself with knowledge on DIY repairs around the house. But in case of an emergency involving your power source and connection, for instance, you can get the services of a residential electrician available for 24 hours a day to help you.

Be a smart buyer

You will surely have to buy some things for your new home. Know where to shop and how to shop smartly, or else, you will run out of cash before you know it.


If you have your own job, save some from your paycheck. That will prove that you can be a responsible adult.  More than that, your savings will be useful when the rainy days come.

Learn before you leave

Ask for advice from your parents, be it about relationships with neighbours and the challenges that might come your way. Your parents have been around so long, and they have learned much about life’s lessons.

Know yourself

This is important. You are best prepared if you know yourself well—your personality, competencies and weaknesses. Then you will be confident to face the challenges of moving out.

Moving out will make you stronger. But there is a right time to do it. When that time comes, make sure you are well-prepared to take the leap.

Terohan Nula