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What is Coliving and Is It Right For You?

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You just landed your first entry level job. Not the salary you wanted but you could not pass up the opportunity. So between your student loans and the increasing rent costs, you find you end up living paycheck to paycheck. The roommate thing is not for you as you learned from your college years. However, in major cities throughout the US, a new form of housing has become popular called coliving.

How Co-Living Teaches Us to Be Better People

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What these trends all have in common is the act of opening one’s self to others, an act that is not always as easy to do in real life. Whether or not you have tried coliving in some form or manner, coliving in this day and age benefits people in a unique yet lasting manner. By taking sharing into a more personal space and realm, coliving lets you grow with others and overcome challenges together to become better people. Here are some ways that coliving benefits a group that shares and lives together.

The Future of Co-Living and its Benefits

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Some believe that traditional housing models are flawed, and there is room for improvement when it comes to finding housing and fulfilling this basic human need. Co-living is just one way to accomplish this. Co-living is shared housing for people with shared intentions. It is meant to support a more purpose-driven lifestyle while maintaining an urban lifestyle that continues to value openness, sharing, and collaboration. This kind of environment inspires residents to become active participants while cultivating collaboration in their extended community.

Share The Burdens By Living With Roommates

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In the United States, it’s traditional for young people to leave their parents and live on their own from the time they graduate up until they start a new family of their own. How long this period lasts depends on a lot of factors, but most people spend a few years living on their own. However, living independently doesn’t mean you have to live alone.

An Introverts Guide To Coliving

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Just thinking about bar hopping or hitting a house party is exhausting for most introverts. However, many introverts still struggle with FOMO (fear of missing out). However, in a coliving space, you can still socialize and enjoy a party without having to leave your home. In coliving spaces there’s always some fun happening that you can join. The best part is that you’ll be around people you know and like. It’s the perfect situation, you can go out without ever having to leave your home.

Learn To Reconnect With People Through Shared Living

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After an individual gets out on his or her own for a while, it is not uncommon for them to become lax in their ways. For instance, if the person lives alone in an apartment or house, only with a pet to keep them company, they might forget how to connect with humans. This is particularly true if the character is a homebody. Rather than heading out for a night on the town with friends or family members, perhaps, the individual wants to cozy up on the couch and binge-watch their favorite show on Netflix.