When you were young your parents probably taught you not to talk to strangers. Because of course if you would have started a conversation with a stranger, they would have immediately thrown you into their windowless stranger van, and driven you off to Strangersville.
Ever been in the situation where you’re just not feeling a conversation, and yet, there’s this guy that’s in your face blabbing away about something that you couldn’t care less about?
So you and your roommate don’t get along. You said something, he said something back, and now you two haven’t spoken in weeks. The infamous failure to communicate has killed many a friendship.
I have made a ton of purchases in college; quite frankly most of them have been complete wastes of money.
A passive aggressive mindset is a drag for everyone involved, especially you. You’re going to miss out on a lot if you’re lost in your own mind.
In the fall of 2015, some 20.2 million students are expected to attend American colleges and universities. Of the 70% of Americans that attend a 4-year school in their lives less than two-thirds will ever see a diploma.
Freshman year I winged it, learned a lot, but made a lot of mistakes. Fortunately for you here are 7 ways you can avoid some of the most common roommate relationship blunders, and form some awesome friendships in the process.
“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.” –Winston Churchill