Grand Valley State University

A very messy and cluttered dorm room

The semester is over. Whether that means you’ll be going home for Christmas, going home for the summer, moving out permanently to fulfill your post-college plans, or will be staying on but want to take back control over your space, decluttering is a necessary step to take to restore order and sanity to your life. So what needs to go?

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Letting your child go out on their own to college is probably one of the hardest things to do for most parents.  You lose all control of keeping them safe, healthy, well-fed, clean, and social. Meadows Crossing helps ease the anxiety of "letting go" by providing your student with home-away-from-home comforts.  

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Somebody sick in bed with pills, medicine, and water on the night table

It’s frigid outside, you spent December cramming for exams and trying to finish last-minute deadlines and then overeating and perhaps overindulging in other ways. You stayed up until all hours on New Year’s Eve. So your body is naturally worn out. And now, combined with other normal stresses of winter, it’s letting you know that by slowing down, running a fever, and coughing up other unpleasant symptoms (pun intended, go ahead and groan, but do it into your elbow).

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Two guys looking at the camera one with shades on and one with a furry animal in his hand

One of the challenges about living in closer proximity to other people is understanding and respecting that those around you may not see or interact with the world in the same way you do. There are introverts and extroverts, early birds and night owls, people who cook Szechuan from scratch and those who have take out restaurants on speed dial. And that’s fine. The world is a more interesting and functional place because of this variety.

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