A simple, turquoise dorm room fort
I dug up an old Craftster thread this week and found a dorm fort to share!
When WeRnotALONE’s roommate left town, she went to work on building herself a bed fort.
9 ideas to bring fun and comfort back to the dorms
WHOO! SPRING SEMESTER! Time to party hard and go to class and study a lot and…trudge out of your last lab so tired you want to sleep forever…back home to your 10×10 cinderblock den with communal showers…and constant fire alarms. Okay, living in dormitories can get boring — even frustrating. I’m thinking back on those days and pulling out the cozy ways my roommate and I made our dorm a fun place to relax, even when schedules got tough: after she pulled another all-night at the hotel front desk or when I got done with my soul-crushing, puppy-killing job.
Dorm living’s lessons for the rest of your life — from a former Resident Assistant
I’ve been a Resident Assistant and an apartment manager, so I know the ins and outs. I’ll help you make the most of your time in dorms and avoid pitfalls.
Six principles of dorm room life anyone can learn from
Dorm rooms are many people’s first home of their own. I remember almost a decade ago, arriving at college, climbing four flights of stairs and meeting my first roommate ever. Shayna and I got along splendidly, and worked hard to make our dorm our own. We learned so much, and even though I’m now living in a house, I can still use what I learned in Helser Hall.
How do I get my new college roommate in the loop about my anxiety and depression?
Juliana is returning to school time away to tend to problematic anxiety. What does she need to tell her new roommate?
How to go goth without painting your walls black
Lady of the Manners is going to let you in on a little secret: every Goth goes through a stage where we think that painting a room black is a great idea. In truth, it isn’t.