Big City, Big Life: Making the Most Out of Your Living Space

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on google
Google+
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn
Woman stretching on her bed

A huge part of growing up into a proper adult is learning how to live on your own. You can become a part of a unit outside of your biological family. You are no longer under the strict surveillance of your traditional mom and dad. You now have the freedom to make your own choices. This can be an intimidating task for many youths. There are ways to make the transition better.

Know Your Location

Living in a small community all your young life stifles awareness. The city is full of new locations and different sorts of people. Look for a condo unit that you can buy in Quezon City. As a child, you know how hard it is to get lost in an unknown place. Start your adult life by acquainting yourself with your location. Ask directions from strangers, read the signs, and follow a mobile map. You can start at a small radius and grow your reach as the months go by. You have access to great restaura

nts, shops, malls, and recreational. Enjoy your immersion and get to know your new home.

Schedule Your Traveling

As a Filipino, you’ll realize that local road congestion is horrendous. When you have a meeting at three in the afternoon, you can’t leave at one or one thirty, even if it’s one or two kilometers away. The rush hour can interfere with your smooth journey, and you may arrive hot, sweaty, and worst of all, late. Learn the pulse and traits of your most traveled roads and find out the best means and times for traveling. There is no reason to use Filipino time at all, especially if you have work.

Find a Roommate

The cost of living in cities is far more expensive than before. You should consider getting a friend to help you out with the rent. This serves a practical purpose outside of mitigating your monthly expenditure. People who live alone tend to get stressed and develop negative coping habits more. Unless you are an introvert who dislikes socializing, a roommate can be helpful. Consider inviting someone you trust and who also shares the same needs and wants as yours. That way, you don’t have to worry about getting anything stolen, and you can sleep easily at night.

Give Back to the Community

A furnished living room

There are local environmental and social programs that seek to make lives better. You know how tough it is to live under the poverty line just by looking at how many people are still homeless and hungry. You don’t have to donate your money to charity. You don’t have to spend hours in a soup kitchen. There are small, simple ways to be kind to nature and others. Check your area for ways to make the world a better place either through donations or simple volunteer work.

Adulthood and maturity are strict parts of life. You can gain so much wisdom from everyday interactions. With every little step you take, you will soon gain greater maturity and social approval. Soon, you will cover a great intellectual and emotional distance and live happily where you are as who you are.

Scroll to Top