Once you've thrown your graduation cap in the air, it's time to face the real world. Although you're not in school anymore, you could still probably stand to keep your living costs as low as a student's. Here are some ways you can live a frugal student's lifestyle:
Use student discounts: You still have some time before the date on your student ID is expired, so make use of student discounts while you can.
Find roommates: Room with other people to keep living costs down, just like you did in college. But pick carefully - you don't want to end up with a nightmare rooming situation. Do background checks if it's a stranger from Craigslist, or try to stick to people you know.
Make use of the library: It's time to transition from the school library to a local public library! Keep on getting your books for free by patronizing your local library.
Go for used options: When you were a student, you'd willingly taken on a graduating student's furniture and other knickknacks. There are also plenty of great used finds on Craigslist that are in mint condition, so be sure to keep an eye out for what you want.
Create your own meal plan: Now that you don't belong to your school's meal plan, you need to learn how to budget for your meals and make your own grub. You can refer to the cookbook for college students for simple, quick, and budget-friendly recipe.
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