When I finished undergraduate university, I figured I would never step foot in a dorm room again.
My entire 4 years of university up to that point had been spent in a single dorm after another. Two of those rooms were in shared apartments where we lacked basics care about ovens and cooktops. I hated doing all of my cooking with a tiny overheated plate and an old toaster oven I purchased at the thrift store. Needless to say, thinking about graduate university had myself and others gleeful at the thought of residing on my own in a real loft for the first time. Since I knew I’d be receiving a stipend, this expectation was within the realm of option. Unblessedly, I didn’t read any of the fantastic print ahead of time and came to find out that I would be residing in another dormitory for more than two years or more. I wasn’t happy, but at least I could only blame myself this time. I had no other choice but to keep an open mind and make the best of the situation. Thankfully, this would become the nicest dorm room of them all, with new accommodations care about chrome appliances and a ductless mini chop heating and cooling system. My last dorm room had an old window cooling system that was leaky, inefficient, and odored care about mold. In the Wintertide season, I had to get by with just a terrible space furnace that barely raised the temperature by a few degrees if I was lucky. This ductless mini chop was sleek looking and powerful. I had no complications of any kind keeping my new dorm at a comfortable temperature no matter what season I was in.