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If you're not from "The Swamp" and don't have family there, moving to Gainesville apartments can be emotionally taxing. The period of adjustment as you move away from the support system you've relied on for so long is a significant transition for anybody, which is why it's so important to take advantage of the people that you do find yourself with in your new home: your roommates. Resident activities and public areas like swimming pools can help you make new friends in your apartment complex, but becoming good friends with your roommate is often students' number one goal when living in apartments in Gainesville. Spending quality time with your roommate is an excellent way to bond and become closer to one another but finding time to plan outings can be stressful if your schedules don't align. This article will give you some ideas for traditions you can do with your roommates year after year to help maintain your relationship. And who knows; you may form a lasting bond that transcends the college experience and gains you a lifelong friend.
Holiday parties in Gainesville apartments
Nothing brings people together like a celebration. Throwing a party with your roommate can be a great way to meet each other's friends and have fun together. Invite lots of people or just a few for a more personal get together.
You and your roommate will likely go your separate ways for thanksgiving break, winter break, and spring break as you make plans with your family and friends from back home. But during the fall semester, October is a great opportunity to throw a Halloween party. Put up some spooky decorations, dress up in fun costumes, and maybe even do some pumpkin carving!
While college students are known to throw parties no matter the occasion, an interesting theme can spice up a boring gathering into something special. If you're having trouble coming up with a reason to celebrate, check out this fun national holiday calendar that gives you several reasons to celebrate every day of the year. Get your roommates out to the park to celebrate national kite-flying day on February 8th or go out for ice cream on July 25th for national hot fudge sundae day. This national holiday calendar will give you a unique reason to celebrate with your roommates no matter the season.
Be responsible together
The busy life of a college student means that maybe you and your roommate don't have extra time to spend together at apartments in Gainesville. A great workaround for this is to make plans for you and your roommate to help each other out with your day-to-day activities. Are you both active? Pick a day of the week to visit the fitness center together. If you're both swamped with difficult classes, choose a time during the week that you're both free to sit down together to get some studying in. Not only will this make your daily life less lonely, it gets in some quality time with your roommate without having to sacrifice productivity.