Wednesday, 3 February 2016

Student life.

Living away from home may be a challenging task. There are a lot more responsibilities and a student has to do their own laundry. Cook their own food, clean up the house or dorm, and of course study. Although it takes time to clean up once in a while, a student should always take care of their room. First of all if there is a carpet, the least you can do is vacuum it once a week. Every residence has a vacuum cleaner, and if they don't, they are not too expensive. Speaking from experience, vacuuming and steam cleaning carpet can prove very beneficial to your health and study habits. A clean room is very welcoming and when the room is dirty it is very hard to study. After you vacuum the carpet, just take a damp cloth and wipe down all of the surfaces that may gather dust. When there are a lot of dust particles in the air, you may have trouble sleeping, and may develop allergies or an allergic reaction.

A little tip to help clear the air is to take an empty mini garbage bin and fill it with water. Place it near your bed and just leave it there for the week. Water particles will go into the air, which makes it easier to breath in a dust filled room. Make sure to just clean up after yourself, throw away the trash, do your laundry, and fold your clothes. With a clean environment it will make studying easier and more enjoyable in a since. 

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