The living room, kitchen and hall (between the bedrooms and bathroom) have hardwood.
Best advice ever. One missed payment hurts your credit something awful, and it takes 7 to 11 years for that to drop off your credit history. Not to mention that trying to pay a late bill can be a pain and a half, what with ridiculous phone waits and mandatory paying by cash and all other manner of hoops to jump through.Christian wrote:Always pay your bills at the earliest possible moment!
Ark wrote:Randomally drilling holes in walls is bad.
Make cleaning up a habit or you'll have years of dirt and dust before you know it and a days work becomes a weeks.
Leave the toilet seat up. You're living alone so who cares!?
Make sure to keep your keys in an easily remembered place or on you at all times, and stick to it. Living alone and losing your keys can be disastorious.
Try to think of what food you want on a weekly baises if you don't make many trips to stores/supermarkets and stock up. Having the munchies and not having anything in ya house is sad.
Beware leaving stuff on. Beware!!
Justice Augustus wrote:I agree with the advice above, especially the bit about thrift stores, with one important exception: beds.
I don't know what it is, but I do not like second-hand beds. Buy a new one, they're fairly cheap for the number of years they will last you, and you can choose the exact firmness that you like. Over time it'll mold itself to you, and it'll be the best bed ever.
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