Live Alone? Here’s How to Make the Most of It

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I’ve always been a “I have roommates” person. I’ve never lived with less than three other people (periods of living with my family included) and have gotten used to the chaos that is living with other people with different lives and schedules and priorities. But a couple of months ago, I decided it was time for me to experience living alone—I found a one-bedroom apartment and mentally prepared for having my own space.

All of my coworkers at The Everygirl live alone (or have in the past) and rave about the experience. It’s peaceful and allows you to figure yourself out and leaves you in control of your living space. I was so excited to finally have my own home and experience real solo-time for the first time in my life. 

Then COVID-19 happened.

The literal day I moved into my solo apartment, I got the email that The Everygirl was working remotely until further notice due…

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