Many people nowadays move in with their partner before marriage. It makes sense for those in long-term relationships, and the ever-increasing rental rates are driving us to take this step sooner rather than later. And though it's a good idea for many people, it's not always exactly what you expect. To see someone and live with him almost every day are two very different things. Moving with your partner is not a step you should take lightly. And while I can not prepare for every single situation, I thought I would give you some tips and talk about things that you should keep in mind and think about before jumping
1. Get Rid Of Clutter
First things first – you need to get rid of clutter. You may think that you do not have so many things, but once you start packing, you'll soon realize that there's a lot of crap you've accumulated over the years. You could have room for it if you live alone, but remember that now you have to share your room with another person and they also have things.
2. It's "our" space now
Whether you live with your parents or alone, you're probably used to having your own space. Be it a room or a whole apartment that belongs to you and nobody. Well, the odds are good and your partner is not moving in a big house, but rather in a small place, so you have to share everything. This room becomes "ours". Yes, the bathroom is not yours anymore, the bed that seems so huge and comfortable – now you only get half. It may seem like a big change, but it really is, and it takes some time to get used to it.
. 3 The Obvious Bonus
I do not just want to list negatives, so it's an obvious plus to partner with your partner. They are always there for you. If you have a hard day at work and all you want is to come home and cuddle – you can do that. If you need someone to talk and give you advice, they are there for you. If you need someone to just listen to you – they live with you. It is very nice.